On View
Oct 22, 2004–Jan 2, 2005

Exploring the connections between art and science, artist Pamela Davis Kivelson works to illuminate the physical and human constraints that shape our sense of the world. Although her work is primarily about the science of perception, other cutting-edge areas of scientific inquiry, such as the behavior of solids, also play a role.

Exhibition sponsored in part by the Illinois Arts Council and Hampton Inn

This interactive exhibition of multimedia installations--paintings, sculptures, and beautiful machines designed to probe the humanistic experience of technology—revealed the relationships between knowledge, experience and perception. Kivelson is Director of the Perceptual Sciences Art and Technology Program at Stanford University, and Artist in Residence at the Stanford Humanities Lab.

Curator: Michael Conner