Luminescence: From Salvage to Seascape, Sculpture by Sayaka Ganz
November 19, 2016 - March 19, 2017
Created specifically for the KIA, this installation of colorful and glowing jellyfish, coral, kelp, and one dramatic whale will transport you to a fanciful ocean realm. The Japanese-born Sayaka Ganz is guided by her sensitivity to nature, and the human habit of wastefulness. Ganz rescues and repurposes plastic utensils and household items as the material of her sculptural creations. She is drawn to animal forms that convey a sense of movement and spirit. Slotted spoons and colanders gain a second life as luminescent sea creatures that invite us to reexamine our relationship to the natural world, perhaps with special attention to the problem of plastics washing into our oceans. Visitors to Environmental Impact (Spring 2014) will recall Ganz's trio of suspended, swimming polar bears.
- Mar 14 ARTbreak: Artist's Talk: Steve Curl
- Join area artist Steve Curl for a visit to "Planet Steve" where a creative mind and unique vision combined with stuff most people discard...
- Mar 19 Crafternoon with Sayaka Ganz
- Put on your swim goggles and prepare to dive into the whimsical, underwater works of artist Sayaka Ganz. Meet the artist and work alongside...
- Mar 19 Public Tour: Sayaka Ganz
- Meet a docent in the Asian gallery as we bid adieu to the wondrous and whimsical work of Sayaka Ganz. Free admission all day long!