Multi-Senses, Fibers, Techno at The Sculpture Center

Yasuko Okamoto, Shell 2013-2, rayon, polyester, 7 3⁄4 in.

Yasuko Okamoto, Shell 2013-2, rayon, polyester, 7 3⁄4 in.

The Sculpture Center’s whirl of a fall season presents performances and exhibitions that are multi-sensory, tactile, sensual and fiber-based with a strong emphasis upon technology. Early career artist Jenny Fine’s not-to-be missed performance is a haunting and out of body experience with live musicians and music composed by FiveOne Experimental Orchestra’s John HC Thompson.

Next, we’ll look at Japanese miniature fiber sculptures, cerebrally captivating in their infinite variety. Opening the same night, Professors Tina Cassara and David Sapp consider the line in fiber and graphite and its connotation of the narrative word.

Then, in November, technology-based artists //benitez_vogl and Przemyslaw Jasielski are experimenting with 3D skin patterning “jewelry” and “moody” machines.

Flat Granny and Me: A procession in my mind by Jenny Fine | Sept 4 @ 7 pm, Sept 6 @ 2 pm Japanese Contemporary Fiber Sculpture in Miniature | Sept 18 – Dec 18 Tina Cassara and David Sapp: Threads, Lines, Traces | Sept 18 – Oct 30 //benitez_vogl: {skin} D.E.E.P. – Digital Ephemeral Epidermal Patterns & Przemyslaw Jasielski: Minotaur | Nov 13 – Dec 18

Opening Receptions are from 5:30 to 8 pm the first day of each exhibition

The Sculpture Center
1834 East 123rd Street

Cleveland, Ohio 44106