Charles Lindsay Field Station Variable Edition Signed Print of Ham
While installing works from his installation Field Station at the Akron Art Museum in 2017 as part of the exhibition Alchemy: Transformations in Gold, Charles Lindsay created 11 variable edition prints on Sintra board.
Charles Lindsay is a multi-disciplinary artist whose work synthesizes ideas about technology, ecosystems, semiotics and humor. He creates immersive environments, sound installations, sculptures built from salvaged aerospace and bio-tech equipment, photographs and videos. His career trajectory has been diverse, ranging from exploration geology in the Arctic to photojournalism in the jungles of southeast Asia. He invented a carbon-based imaging process and merged that with sound sensors to create immersive installations.
Lindsay serves as the SETI Artist in Residence Program Director. He is a Guggenheim Fellow, recipient of the Robert Rauschenberg Residency, Artist in Residence at Imagine Science Films, and the innovator behind OSA EARS - a project designed to deliver real-time sound from one of the world's most bio-diverse rain forests to anyone anywhere via Internet. His work has been profiles by WIRED, Motherboard, ARTonAIR.org, Viralnet, NPR and CNN International.
His evolving hybrid installation Field Station morphs as it travels from venue to venue, and imagines futuristic field stations on other planets.
Sintra is a board of closed-cell polyvinyl chloride (PVC). It is commonly used for signage.
Measures roughly 12" x 12"
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