Saturday, October 22, 2016
Cris Orfescu exhibited NanoArt in Paris for the first time in 2007 in three group shows, one of them at the prestigious Atelier Grognard next to Château de la Malmaison, Empress Josephine's castle. The shows have been organized by the art group Les Seize Anges.
NanoArt will be shown again in Paris this year, in two photography shows. It is going to be an interesting parallel between two different imaging techniques: NanoArt (electrons) and Photography (photons). The first show will take place at the exhibition hall of the 8th municipal arrondissement (Mairie du 8eme Paris) between Nov 7 and Nov 18. On Nov 8 will be the opening for "Bridges between Continents and Memories". The second exhibition will be hosted by Mu Gallery, 53 Rue Blanche (close to Moulin Rouge) between Nov 22nd and Dec 17th. The opening is on Nov 22nd.
4 artists from France and 4 from USA will show their works in both exhibitions:
Sunday, October 09, 2016
Today was the opening reception for the NanoArt exhibition on the Art Wall at the Unitarian Universalist Church in Santa Monica, California. The show curator, Beverly Alison, wrote in the show program: small things are a big deal this October as we exhibit works by nanoartist Cris Orfescu. As Orfescu mentions, "... with more than 70 percent of the people in the U.S. using products incorporating nanotechnology, I want people to know about it and I hope my art stirs their curiosity to find out more". The exhibition will be open until October 29th.
Saturday, October 08, 2016
|Cris Orfescu, Ioannis Michaloudis, Chris Robinson, Jean Constant|
Robinson presented “The Moon Arts Project, Nanotechnology and Contemporary Art”. The Moon Arts Project as part of the Google Lunar X Prize tags along on an ambitious competition to send a privately funded rover to the moon. 46 artists from the NanoArt 21 group will have their artworks included in that rover. Michaloudis presented “Nanosky on the Moon”. Using silica aerogel nanomaterial he is creating clouds sculptures that could improve the public perception of scientific research and climate change. Some of his bottled aerogel nanosculptures were exhibited during the festival.
Chiolerio was talking about his collaboration with artist A. Scali to create two lithographs of a few hundred nanometers etched on two silicon chips. Constant presented “The fourth dimension in mathematics and art” focusing on the challenge involved in the visualization process of 4D objects.
Wednesday, October 05, 2016
The 4th International Festival of NanoArt organized by NanoArt 21 ( http://nanoart21.org ) was hosted last month in Cluj-Napoca, Romania, by the University Babes Bolyai. The show was curated by artist/scientist Cris Orfescu (USA) founder of NanoArt 21 and artist/scientist Mirela Suchea (Romania). The previous editions of the festival were held in Finland, Germany, and Romania. Around 70 artworks authored by artists from 11 countries have been shown in the University Exhibition Hall. The artworks were donated to Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi, Romania, who hosted the 3rd edition of the festival. The exhibition is designed to be a travel show to spread around the country and eventual Europe this new art discipline. The next show is scheduled to be held in Bucharest, Romania, next July, and will include more artworks that will be added to the portfolio.
Friday, September 30, 2016
During the month of September 2016 in Venice, California, Trunk Gallery hosted the Art-Science show enTANGLEment featuring works by Ann Erpino, Amy Helene, Randi Hokett, and NanoArt by Cris Orfescu. The exhibition curators were Bob Nidever of UCLA and gallery director Ann Perich. The early opening during the Mar Vista Art Walk draw a large audience and raised interest in Art-Science intersections.
• Ann Erpino - artist - http://www.annerpino.com/
• Amy Helene - scientist - http://
• Randi Hokett - artist -http://
• Cris Orfescu - scientist - http://crisorfescu.com/
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Image courtesy: Brian Bender, PhD