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Don’t Yell Avalanche!

by: anna

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~ In a section of the Abington Art Center there is a massive display of colorful panels made with an innovative combination of casein, resin, and decorated fabric.  The colors throughout the panels are rich yet earthy, which gives the room a glossy warm glow.  As you stand in the center of the room facing east you can appreciate the mixture of blue-violet colors that flow onto several panels.  And on the west side, the multi-colors panels (Titled, Avalanche) are bursting throughout each panel.  Therefore, each side stirs a different emotion and reaction.

~ The creator of the giant, colorful, digitalized squares of material is also giving a social commentary. This artist, EJ Herczyk, questions the impact of technology on society.  The different mediums, combined into one piece, symbolize how “organic and artificial identities emerge…”

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The project, is funded as part of PNC Arts Alive, a five-year, $5 million investment from The PNC Foundation that supports visual and performing arts groups with the goal of increasing arts access and engagement.

4 Responses to “Don’t Yell Avalanche!”

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