The Ryniker-Morrison Gallery on the campus of Rocky Mountain College proudly presents the new show “Digital Art,” which opens tonight with a public reception from 5 to 7. The exhibit will run through March 4. The gallery is located in Tech Hall. Gallery hours are 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday though Friday.
In conjunction with the exhibit, Andy Wildenberg will present a public lecture titled “Fractals” on Tuesday, Feb. 15 at 7 p.m. in Room 14 of Tech Hall. Fractals underlie much of the art in the exhibit, and Wildenberg will discuss what they are, and explain the different kinds of fractals. He will also present a free noon lecture on Feb. 15 in the computer lab in Room 16, Tech Hall, and participants will be able to make their own fractals using fractal geometry. Several artists from the exhibit will be present to assist the participants.
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This show encompasses computers' pervasive influence on modern society — for better or for worse. This exhibit is an attempt to explore some of the ways computers have influenced the world of art. These influences can be seen in the style of the pieces being presented, the media in which the art pieces are formed, the inspiration from which they are drawn, and the means in which the pieces were created.
The exhibit will feature the work of the members of the RMC Computer Science Department, including Wildenberg, Anna LaFountain, Kasey Corneliusen, Diana Milford, Evan Rice, Preston Stahley, Daniel Selbee, George Hart and Pat Donaghue.