Colin Goldberg: Techspressionism

Exhibition Dates: Thursday, October 9 – Tuesday, November 20, 2014 (Extended)

"Techspressionism" — a term invented to describe how to view Colin Goldberg's work — uses technology as a vehicle for expression within a fine-art context. The exhibit, curated by Scott Bluedorn, investigates the digital implications of the gestural mark, following in the tradition of the Abstract Expressionist painters in the past. 

Colin's background is of mixed heritage: his father is Jewish and his mother is Honolulu-born, of Japanese ancestry on both sides; his maternal grandmother Kimiye was a lifelong practitioner of Shodo, the art of Japanese calligraphy. This show includes a series...

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Colin Goldberg: Techspressionism

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