"Sharply installed and smartly edited mini-survey of cutting-edge contemporary art… the works in ‘Data/Fields’ sharpen your senses, even as they blur the boundary between sight and sound." –
The Washington Post
Internationally renowned sound artist RICHARD CHARTIER brings together a celebrated group of international artists for Data/Fields, a thought-provoking new media exhibit which explores the connection between the viewer and the flow and transfer of data at Artisphere—on view through November 27. These selected and commissioned works by CALEB COPPOCK (U.S.), MARK FELL (U.K.), ANDY GRAYDON (U.S./Germany), RYOJI IKEDA (Japan), FRANCE JOBIN (Canada) act as hubs of sensory information—sites of signal, noise, presence, and absence. The viewer/listener becomes another connection, another point, in the flow and transferral of data. Data/Fields marks the artists’ gallery debut in the Washington, DC-area and includes two premiere exhibitions in the United States. The exhibit is a part of Artisphere’s ongoing commitment to present a forum for innovative new media that encourages visitors to discover and experience art through sensory touch, sound, and feel. Data/Fields is curated by renowned sound artist Richard Chartier.