Synthesis: Victoria Manganiello, Julian Goldman, and Lauren Zoll

Victoria Manganiello & Julian Goldman, Computer 1.0 (Untitled #5), 2018 Natural and Synthetic Fiber and Dye; Polymer Tubing, Motor Pumps, Computer Code

Victoria Manganiello & Julian Goldman, Computer 1.0 (Untitled #5), 2018
Natural and Synthetic Fiber and Dye; Polymer Tubing, Motor Pumps, Computer Code

July 17 - August 4, 2019
Ash & Elm Event Space
2112 East Washington Street

Opening: Wednesday, July 17, 5:30-8pm
Gallery Hours: Thursday, 3-8pm / Friday, 1-8pm / Saturday-Sunday, 1-5pm
Limited Hours: Thursday, July 25, 3-5pm
Extended Hours: Friday, August 2, 1-10pm

Parking is available in the Auto Value lot across on Washington Street or directly behind the building. Street parking is also available on Hamilton or Jefferson.


Images by Anna Powell Teeter

 

Synthesis features major installations by Brooklyn-based artists Victoria Manganiello and Julian Goldman and Indianapolis artist Lauren Zoll, who work at the intersection of art and science. Manganiello and Goldman’s installation references early computing history, while Zoll’s paintings convert light into electricity.

Manganiello and Goldman’s COMPUTER 1.0 pays homage to the forbearers of computer history, and the first computer—a mechanical loom; this installation uses hand-woven cloth with a programmed kinetic surface, recalling binary code, data, and communication infrastructure. Manganiello is developing a new textile-based installation for the exhibition as well.

Lauren Zoll, Left: Black Bean Solar Cell / Right: Black Bean Beaker

Lauren Zoll, Left: Black Bean Solar Cell / Right: Black Bean Beaker

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Zoll’s ongoing Solar Paintings body of work utilizes Anthocyanin dye, a water-soluble red to blue pigment that comes from a flower or plant such as blackberries, cherries, blueberries, mulberries, and black beans. These pigments are often used in solar panels as a way of intersecting with light to recreate photosynthesis, and in these paintings to convert light into electrical energy.


The exhibition, presented in partnership with Ash & Elm, is located in their production space, adjacent to the tasting room at 2112 East Washington Street. Parking is available in the Auto Value lot across on Washington Street or directly behind the building. Street parking is also available on Hamilton or Jefferson.

July 17 - August 4, 2019
Gallery Hours: Thursday, 3-8pm / Friday, 1-8pm / Saturday-Sunday, 1-5pm
Limited Hours: Thursday, July 25, 3-5pm
Extended Hours: Friday, August 2, 1-10pm


For more information about the artists visit:

Lauren Zoll
laurenzoll.com
@studio_lauren_zoll
@L_rnZo

Victoria Manganiello
victoriamanganiello.com
@victoriamanganiello

Julian Goldman
openjulian.com
@juliansgees