You are invited to attend the artist reception for A Land Unknown, meet Cyrill Lim and Marcel Zaes, and view/discuss their installation. The reception occurs on Wednesday, January 29, from 5–7pm in the Fishman Studio (Studio One) at the Granoff Center.
A Land Unknown, collects various visual, tactile, sonic and human-made phenomena, all of which unfold at, and on, the material surfaces that are on display. The pieces are sculptural, and yet they stand in as placeholders for that which is absent. They open themselves to the visitor’s actual and imaginative perception. In a sense, these pieces may be, to the artists as much as to the visitors, a land unknown. Admission to the exhibition, is free and open to the public.
A Land Unknown is made possible in part through support from the Brown Arts Initiative and the Canton of Zug.