Samek Gallery Presents INHERENT CONTROL CYPHERS

Arts & Museum Exhibits

August 8, 2017 to December 3, 2017

Samek Gallery

  • 3rd Floor Elaine Langone Center, Bucknell
  • Lewisburg
  • 570-577-3792
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Drawing on the visual languages of Middle-Easter an European cultures, artist Laleh Mehran creates a room-sized immersive and interactive multimedia installation. This installation invites viewers to consider the process in which we form our identities, ideologies, and allegiances and the rituals we perform to sustain them.

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Artist’s Talk with Laleh Mehran
Friday, Oct, 20, 6 - 8 p.m.; Gallery Theater
Gallery Theater, Top Floor, Elaine Langone Center (ELC)

The Samek Art Museum will welcome artist Laleh Mehran to unpack the depth of history and research behind her immersive, multimedia installation, Inherent Control Cyphers. After the talk we invite you to join us for a reception in our Main Gallery with beer, wine, and refreshments.

Drawing on the visual languages of Middle-Eastern and European cultures, Laleh Mehran creates a room-sized immersive and interactive multimedia installation. This installation invites viewers to consider the process in which we form our identities, ideologies, and allegiances and the rituals we perform to sustain them.

This talk is generously supported with funding from the University Lectureship Committee.

Image below: Laleh Mehran, Inherent Control Cyphers, digital projection, 2017.


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