Panopticon

All day, everyday starting 3/3/2018 through 4/20/2018

Barber Library, Rotunda

Description

Panopticon is a visual representation of the interaction between protagonist and environment over a period of time. The show consists of a series of images derived from a single graphical analysis of heart rate, power, location and time. The raw data is translated through various software to create landscape photos similar to those we experience in the American West.

Kiel Fletcher, an interactive media and video artist, joined OSU-Cascades in 2015. His work has been shown at the Tate Britain and Disjecta Contemporary Arts. His work is also included in the collection at Yale University Library. He is a founding member of the interdisciplinary artist collective, Danger Punch.

Artist Talk

An artist talk will take place in the Barber Library Rotunda on March 15 at noon.

Information: Mary Beth Hamilton

Panopticon poster