January 13, 2017 – February 17, 2017
Artist Reception: Friday, February 3, 5pm – 8pm
CMYK is an interactive, experiential installation that examines the relationship between color and light. Artists in this installation use color and light immersion inspired by the color printing model most commonly known as CMYK. The installation showcases mixed media from collaborative efforts of a group of young artists based in Asheville, NC who are hoping to bring new light to the AAAC’s Refinery Gallery.
Each artist will bring their own media representing each color. By altering the space in which we view art, the artists aim to shift viewer perspectives and allow for the nature of light to transform the space, the art, and the viewer. There will be an artist talk on Friday, February 3rd, 2017 during the opening reception from 5-8PM.
Participating artists include Byron Browne, Carley Dergins, Kaylee Dunn, Jason Scott Furr, Ethan Gibbs, Gray Hales, Michael Iauch, Adam McDaniel, Brett Wyatt, Woolly Press and curator Madalyn Wofford.