Shelly Hawkins - Jan 19 2021

Artificial Intelligence Shines in New Exhibition of Generative Abstract Art

Liminal Space is a solo exhibition of Generative Abstract Artwork by Daniel Kersh, presented as a series of video installations and prints in a transformative and engaging virtual gallery. It is also a place, a threshold, a borderland where you can leave behind the mechanisms that control your everyday life to access a deeper awareness of your relationship with the natural world. Using Artificial Intelligence (AI) as a collaborative partner, Kersh blends the boundaries between what is real and what is generated by our imaginations, and presents an immersive and transcendent experience.  

Join us for the Virtual Gallery Opening of Liminal Space on Thursday, February 4th 2021 for a chance to engage with the artist, Daniel Kersh! The celebration begins with a virtual artist talk at 8:00pm EST followed by access to the virtual gallery space at 8:30pm. The artist will also be available through a live chat feature on the website from 8:30pm- 9:30pm for guests to ask questions and engage in conversation. RSVP using the link below. Gallery access, via the website, will be free and open to the public from Friday, February 4th- Sunday, February 21st. 

We can't wait to see you there!

Live Virtual Opening

Thursday, February 4th
8pm EST

Want to attend the virtual opening?

RSVP using the button below and we’ll send you a link to join us before the event.

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