Jim Campbell: New Work in Collaboration with Jane Rosen
November 15, 2015 – February 13, 2016
Using LED technology and custom electronics, Jim Campbell explores the connections of light, space and time.
The ICA is organizing a solo exhibition of new work by internationally recognized Bay Area media artist Jim Campbell. Using LED technology and custom electronics, Campbell explores the connections of light, space and time. His work tests our ability to perceive images by reducing the resolution and clarity dramatically. In a world that is primarily defined by crystal-clear resolution, Campbell uses cutting-edge technology to produce images that are at once recognizable and indistinguishable, providing a challenging counterpoint to the current pursuit of higher and higher definition. In his most recent work, Campbell has begun to “pull apart” his flat grids of evenly spaced LEDs to create a three-dimensional format. Building on this more sculptural approach, Campbell is creating a site-specific installation for the Focus Gallery and will also install works in the ICA’s Façade Windows.
Major support for JIM CAMPBELL: New Work and Collaborations with Jane Rosen is provided by a grant from The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. Additional funding is provided by Pamela and David Hornik and The Lipman Family Foundation.
The ICA gratefully acknowledges support from the Office of Cultural Affairs for the City of San Jose, Silicon Valley Creates, the David and Lucile Packard Foundation and Members of the ICA.
Sunday, November 15
Free and open to the public
Panel Discussion: Perception vs. Reality
Location: San Jose Stage Company
Sunday, January 10, 2pm-3:30pm
Jim Campbell, Artist
Dr. David Stork
Dan Harden, CEO, Whipsaw, Inc.
Sophie Lebrecht, CEO, Neon Labs
Guided Meditation in the Galleries
Tuesdays: January 5, 12, 19, 26
FREE and open to the public
Bring a yoga mat