Elaine Buckholtz: Jars Filmed Inside

Jars Filmed Inside
Elaine Buckholtz Solo Show
May 14-July 3, 2010

* To appreciate this exhibition in the daylight and the dark, we will hold special evening hours (until 9pm) every Friday throughout the exhibition.

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Triple Base is proud to announce our first solo show of work by San Francisco-based Elaine Buckholtz. The artist will create an immersive audio/visual installation within the gallery employing mirrors, projected colored light and sound elements. Her experiential “scores” flip the typical art viewing interaction, putting the spectator in the place of the performer to define his or her own encounter. Handmade optical devices and jars “filmed inside” will offer more opportunities to activate retinal experiences. Sound artist Floor Vahn will compose the audio score and a corresponding multi-media installation by Hunter Longe, Perception Projection Delay, will be on display downstairs in the Triple Basement.

For the last 20 years, Elaine Buckholtz has worked as a lighting and visual designer in the Bay Area and has toured internationally creating visual environments for Merce Cunningham Dance Company and Meredith Monk. Among her many accomplishments, Elaine has shown at The Swiss Technorama Museum, Winterthur, Switzerland; Yerba Buena Center For The Arts (Bay Area Now 5), San Francisco, CA; The Claremont Museum, Claremont, CA; Pierogi Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany; The Luggage Store, San Francisco, CA; San Francisco Arts Commission, San Francisco, CA; Wexner Center For The Arts, Columbus, OH and Sun Valley Center For The Arts, Sun Valley, ID. Elaine received her MFA from Stanford University in 2006. She currently teaches at Stanford University in the Art and Art History department.