In April 2015  Nature in the Dark  expanded its scope by eliciting Baltimore artists to respond to marine-life data from the Chesapeake Bay.  The exhibition featured installation, video, sound, performance art, and web-based applications, allowing visitors to explore “nature” through a variety of sensory experiences, while simultaneously celebrating the bio-diversity of our vast and varied aquatic eco-systems.    When curating  Nature in the Dark  differing exhibition spaces were tested to reflect the experimental process shared by artists and scientists.  Here at the Ynot Lot the aim was to bring art and nature to an expanded audience, creating a place where the diverse local population could interact with each other through the art.  Photo Credits: Kim Llerena
       
     
       
     
Rachel Guardiola's Voyage Around a Room (Projection)
       
     
Benjamin Andrew's Zero Tide
       
     
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"Wall Text"
       
     
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Rachel Guardiola's Voyage Around a Room (Projection)
       
     
Laure Drogoul's Water Tasting Station
       
     
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 In April 2015  Nature in the Dark  expanded its scope by eliciting Baltimore artists to respond to marine-life data from the Chesapeake Bay.  The exhibition featured installation, video, sound, performance art, and web-based applications, allowing visitors to explore “nature” through a variety of sensory experiences, while simultaneously celebrating the bio-diversity of our vast and varied aquatic eco-systems.    When curating  Nature in the Dark  differing exhibition spaces were tested to reflect the experimental process shared by artists and scientists.  Here at the Ynot Lot the aim was to bring art and nature to an expanded audience, creating a place where the diverse local population could interact with each other through the art.  Photo Credits: Kim Llerena
       
     

In April 2015 Nature in the Dark expanded its scope by eliciting Baltimore artists to respond to marine-life data from the Chesapeake Bay.  The exhibition featured installation, video, sound, performance art, and web-based applications, allowing visitors to explore “nature” through a variety of sensory experiences, while simultaneously celebrating the bio-diversity of our vast and varied aquatic eco-systems.  

When curating Nature in the Dark differing exhibition
spaces were tested to reflect the experimental process shared by artists and scientists.

Here at the Ynot Lot the aim was to bring art and nature to an
expanded audience, creating a place where the diverse local population could interact with each other through the art.

Photo Credits: Kim Llerena

       
     
Rachel Guardiola's Voyage Around a Room (Projection)
       
     
Rachel Guardiola's Voyage Around a Room (Projection)
Benjamin Andrew's Zero Tide
       
     
Benjamin Andrew's Zero Tide
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Screen Shot 2015-06-06 at 11.55.19 AM.png
       
     
Screen Shot 2015-06-26 at 11.19.42 AM.png
       
     
Screen Shot 2015-06-26 at 11.22.15 AM.png
       
     
Screen Shot 2015-06-26 at 11.22.38 AM.png
       
     
Screen Shot 2015-06-26 at 11.21.12 AM.png
       
     
"Wall Text"
       
     
"Wall Text"
Screen Shot 2015-06-26 at 11.20.23 AM.png
       
     
Rachel Guardiola's Voyage Around a Room (Projection)
       
     
Rachel Guardiola's Voyage Around a Room (Projection)
Laure Drogoul's Water Tasting Station
       
     
Laure Drogoul's Water Tasting Station
Screen Shot 2015-06-26 at 11.20.47 AM.png