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SFAI and Bauhaus University Weimar at the Invisible Gallery

After having traveled to Berlin over spring break, staging a successful exhibition at Schillerpalais project space, “Das Berlin-Projekt” stops at San Francisco Art Institute for a final show. On the roof of the school’s café, digital re-configurations of the works shown in Berlin are presented in the Invisible Gallery.

Exhibition: 24/7, May 9-12
Reception: Tuesday, May 9, 5-7pm
Refreshments provided by Student Government

Artists and works:

  • Negash Asegde: Doubling the Spaces of the Real and the Simulated. Of the Now and the Past, VR experience
  • Hilary Bond: Berlin 2017, Animated GIF/Drawings and poetry
  • Max Chao: Not a Canvas, Video documenting performance
  • Bridgett Magyar: Testament To Escapism, Text, images, color, and thoughts as an inherent response to leaving the self
  • Francis Kamprath: Brautkleid [xxx] Brautkleid, Website and database
  • Francis Kamprath and Matthias Pitscher: The Museum of…, Website
  • Mara May: GIBBERISH WHISPERS, Video documentation
  • Clemens Bast: Nightwalk, VR experience
  • Aline Martinez: The Sounds of the Changes, Documentation of interactive convertible garment
  • Elle Carroll: Hallo: Reflections on Berlin, Joan Didion, and What It All Means, Essay
  • Kate Laster: The Passport Project, Animated GIFs/Documentation
  • Lauren Miceli: Transplants, Documentation of installation
  • Lauren Szabo: Running (under painting), Oil on canvas, 72 x 72 inches
  • Matthias Pitscher: Mindful Scrolling, Website
  • Marco Schröder: STEAL ANOTHER MOMENT, Audio/Text
  • Michael Fischer: Cine-Eye, Video
  • Victoria Ordway and Juan Pablo Ayala Quintero: Ever think about invisible things?, Presentation

The Invisible Gallery is SFAI’s emerging gallery for digital art. It can be accessed via smartphones and mobile devices only and is physically located on the school’s rooftop, creating a hybrid space for people, their phones, and web-based digital art.

Last photo: Amelie-Anna Hinman for Goethe-Institut San Francisco
Title GIF: Kate Laster