School 33 Art Center
Rauschenberg

Exhibits

Omnibus Filing 2.0: Empathy Mirror

07/06/2018 - 08/18/2018
Omnibus Filing 2.0: Empathy Mirror A cross-disciplinary exhibition showcasing works by a collective of artists, scientists, and researchers.

The exhibition features projects from Daniel Bozhkov, Steven Brower, Patrick Killoran, Dr. Brian A. Korgel, Julie Ann Nagle and James Sham. Visitors are welcome to view this exhibition in all three galleries at School 33 Art Center from Friday, July 6, 2018 through Saturday, August 18, 2018.

In Omnibus Filing 2.0: Empathy Mirror,” each project is an intersection of research and art—exploring themes of empathy through multiple lenses such as interspecies architecture and artificial intelligence. From “cuddleable” research papers to a live performance debut by renowned chemical engineer Dr. Brian A. Korgel, many of the works employ interactivity or performativity. This multi-media exhibition presents art as an alternative model for scientific research, and empathy as a means of inquiry.

It is the result of countless intellectual jam sessions between minds that do not typically have the opportunity for radical collaboration, both intentional and accidental.

Image Credit: Dr. Brian A. Korgel – incessive permutations 9!