Mika Tajima, "Negative Entropy"

A bright palette, a vocabulary of minimalist, geometric forms and a variety of mediums ranging from installation to textiles are some of the distinguishing characteristics of Mika Tajima's work, which also employs Conceptualist conceits to explore the intersection of art and design. This show, for example, includes abstract tapestries whose appearances are based on digital audio files translated into visual patterns. The recordings themselves are of the sounds made on the floors of various textile plants in Pennsylvania, as well as in a Philadelphia data center—juxtaposing the old and new economies within elegant formal objects.
195 Chrystie St, Lower East Side, New York City, 10002
Cross Street:between Rivington and Stanton Sts
Opening hours:Wed–Sun noon–6pm
Subway: B, D to Grand St; J, Z to Bowery
Event phone:212-982-1930
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Categories:Art. Design. Painting. Sculpture. Textiles
Good for:Activities for a spare hour. Culture vultures. Feed your brain. Going in a group. Going solo. Mood. Chill

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