Chemical Exchanges Art Exhibit
By Morgan Stabile
The Brookline Arts Center presents Chemical Exchanges at the Beacon Street Art Gallery.
According to the Art Center’s website this exhibition features work created by techniques such as jewelry and sculptural forms using more unconventional materials and approaches.
The unique work forms featured in this exhibition include 2D, 3D, sculpture, installation, sound and material. When curating the show the Jurors ask this question: What is a chemical exchange?
A chemical exchange represents the transfer of a nucleus from one molecular environment to another. Whether it be wood into gas, food to energy, metallic alloys into sonically resonant material.
All pieces selected illustrate this transformation of energy. Offering the viewer visual art as an example of a metaphoric chemical exchange. With the one that these exchanges may create further creative propagation within.
The Exhibit opens November 20th. There will be a Virtual Reception hosted by The Brookline Art Center Saturday, November 21st at 3:00pm RSVP here.
The Beacon Street Gallery hours are 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday-Saturday and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Sundays. The entrance to the gallery is separate from the entrance to Sanctuary’s sales floor. Admission is free and there is a sanitation station located at the entrance.
Chemical Exchanges will be running until December 18th, 2020.
For more information about the artist and work in this exhibition and other art centers happening, check out the Brookline Art Center Website.
View the online gallery here.