Youngstown | Salem Branch | Trumbull Branch
|Oct 21, 2012 Through Oct 20, 2013|
This exhibition, drawn from the Butler collection, features light works that utilize a variety of technologies including holography, reflected/refracted light, neon, light projection, LED and fiber optics. Included in the show are works by Ray Howlett, Clyde Lynds, Stephen Knapp, Susan Leopold, Alejandro and Moira Sina and Alan Rath, as well as recent gifts from the Bermant Foundation.
|Nov 18, 2012 Through Nov 17, 2013|
Ron Barron lived and worked in New York City in the entertainment industry.To create a commentary on contemporary culture in Manhattan, Barron gathers discarded objects--paper, scraps of fabric, tickets and the like--from New York City streets and elsewhere, keeping the refuse of particular neighborhoods in separate containers. Once gathered and sorted, Barron arranges the materials from each neighborhood on a ﬂatbed scanner.The high resolution prints resulting from these scans are presented
as digital artworks, or TrashScans, in the third of this unique exhibition series.
|Jun 09, 2013 Through Sep 15, 2013|
Around the time of his fifteenth birthday in 1990, our son Isaac developed a serious curvature of his spine. Isaac has autism. Surgery was recommended. In an attempt to help him understand the surgery, we bought him a Polaroid Spectra camera. To our surprise, the camera became his constant companion at family events - a tool for him to order his world.
This project is a record of Isaac and his photographs. It is a great success story for this young man as a survivor of his five-hour scoliosis surgery and, even more, his ability to overcome his limitations and build a life independent from his parents.