HUB-Robeson Galleries Presenting ‘Black Niight Whiite Liight’ Through November 6

Through Sunday, November 6, the HUB-Robeson Galleries are presenting a video exhibition by New York City-based artist Sean Capone. His ‘Black Niight Whiite Liight’ Exhibit is open from now until November 6.

This film exhibition displays two of Capone’s renowned pieces of his continuous series of “Avatar Poetics” and “Global Illuminations.” Class and university staff visits are generously welcomed, and interested groups can email the gallery for more information.

The pieces within the gallery help highlight the uses of different technology, such as motion capture, 3D character animation, and generative art software. These tools are utilized to display a landscape of a society under the modern-day realm of social media.

Capone’s work has been featured at a variety of different prominent venues, including the SCAD Museum of Art, the Brooklyn Museum, the Museum of Biblical Art, and many more. His screenings have also been previewed at the Supernova Festival, the National Gallery, and the Visual Studies Workshop. Capone has his work projected and installed in the Hammond Building’s Bayard D. Kunkle Activities Center at Penn State.

For additional information about Capone’s exhibit, contact HUB Galleries via phone or visit the website here.

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