With the aid of disparate light sources, such as fireflies, the moon, or a handheld flash, this Montrealer uses large-format film and photographic paper to record his absorbing views of nature by harnessing the power of natural elements
With taut strings tied into thousands of knots holding painted and translucent sheets of paper, the artist binds the aerial and the earthbound, establishing a direct relationship between the work and the viewer.
There was not a trace of figurative painting or sculpture among the artworks, which is not a surprise considering that such work is thought of as completely outdated, totally out of fashion, and mostly ignored by art schools.
For their third and final Engagement Party, the League of Imaginary Scientists present the Zephyr Experiment, inviting museum visitors to join in a hands-on experience of invention and experimental wonder.
At the satellite galleries of the MOCA stands an exhibition titled "Any Ever." The artist, Ryan Trecartin, has been described as "possibly the most riotously talented artist of the YouTube generation."