Museum Art Uses Satellite Technology

Artists Hari Kirin and Susan Q. Brown collapse the boundaries of time and space using paintbrushes and satellite technology. This exhibition documents global, mind-hopping adventures through game theory, studio painting, & psychonautical techniques.
By: Susan Q. Brown
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Susan Q. Brown (603) 654-6115
Hari Kirin (603) 924-3403
Mara Williams, Curator, (802) 257-0124
Wherever You Are is the Center of the World
Brattleboro Museum and Art Center

April 9-July 3, 2011
Two Artists Paint The World, with Google & Their Brushes At the Brattleboro Museum, Hari Kirin and Susan Q. Brown, a collaborative art team, take visitors through a world of fantasy and cyber globe-trotting.

There are eight large oil paintings that are a very rich mix of symbols, figurative elements, forms and color. The imagery of the paintings alone are full of wonder and feel like puzzles that ask to be solved. It draws the viewer in and allows them to gaze and decode as the mind tries to separate layers that include time and space.

Yet beneath this surface of the oil paint, is an approach to making the work which also seems a little out of this world.

Kirin and Q. Brown, both artists and writers as well, have developed a technique that includes using satellite imagery in the making of the art seen here. They also used games of chance and meditation to come up with their final images.

Since their process and way of working on their art is so unique, they are also giving workshops and lectures during the exhibit that will further illustrate how they make art and how you can get involved as well.

There will be an artist talk on yogic theory with a gong performance May 5 @ 7:30PM, as well as a mapping activity for kids and adults May 14 @ 2PM. There will also be a guest lecture by Thomas Moore about Art and Dreams May 26 @ 7:30PM.

This is one of those exhibits that is so much more than the paintings on the wall. This is a show that will change the way you see the world, and perhaps yourself.

April 9-July 3, 2011
Brattleboro Museum and Art Center

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