Method Gallery Pioneer Square
Fridays, Saturdays. Continues through April 15 2017
Recommended by Emily Pothast
Distant Light is an interactive installation consisting of translucent fabric "walls" activated by wind current and backlit by a light source projecting slowly shifting multicolor gradients. The materials are simple, but the effect is one of immersion—an environment of rich, decadent color one can get lost in. Artist Sangjun Yoo is a recent NYC transplant and current PhD candidate at the University of Washington's DXARTS program whose work engages the threshold between what is directly seen and what is perceived through processes of the mind that construct a congruent whole from snatches of sensory experience. In this case, the congruent whole is an opportunity for transcendence.