Liz Solo’s “The Wide Sky” is a story based on the fragmented memories of a scientist desperately trying to make sense of her deteriorating world. “During a recent archeological dig into the deep future, researchers discovered a damaged memory sphere embedded in the floor of an uninhabited forest planet. Though much of the sphere was corrupted some of the data was retrievable.
New (im)mobile German translated E-catalogue can now be downloaded in PDF form. The catalogue features images of new works commissioned by the project and a new forward by Haus fur Kunst Director Barbara Zurcher. Also new to this website is the Haus fur Kunst Uri image gallery from the exhibit. View them HERE.
The show was premiered in Halifax in 2014 at the Dalhousie art gallery and was co-curated by Chantal Molleur and Mireille Bourgeois. IOTA Institute was able to partner with WHITE FRAME and Haus Fur Kunst and has supported the Canadian travel of the exhibition through a grant from the Canada Council for the Arts.