Chris Levine at Kinetica Museum
Since launching a decade ago at Spittlefields Market in London, Kinetica Museum has planted itself firmly at the forefront of innovation in the arts, exhibiting experimental new media artists from around the globe. To celebrate the ten-year landmark Kinetica have pulled together a series of experiential, immersive and performative artworks by some of the worlds most renowned creative trailblazer’s to go on show at a Victorian warehouse in London.
Amongst the 35 artists to exhibit is pioneering light artist Chris Levine (who has worked with some of the world most iconic faces and spaces, including the Queen, Kate Moss, the Dalai Lama, Grace Jones, The Eden Project and Glastonbury festival, to name but a few) who walks the line between virtuality and reality via holography and sensory laser light experience.
‘I like to create work that makes people engage and question what’s real…we’re too familiar with everything, we get numbed out…overloaded. I’m trying to create new signals, signals that penetrate the noise and the safe zones of familiarity’ Chris Levine
A long time supporter of the work at Kinetica Museum, Levine will exhibit a Blipvert at the anniversary show; an interruptive installation through which he aims to exploit our peripheral vision and challenge our expectations and understanding of what is real.
Kinetica’s The Thin Veil 10th Anniversary Exhibition will run from 17th-19th February 1017, at Ugly Duck, 47-49 Tanner Street Bermondsey, SE1 3PL