Featured along with the two illuminated artworks on the 2017 BGE Light Art Walk are UMBC faculty, staff, and student artworks in On Demand, a Light City exhibition of time-based digital content. On Demand will host a curated program of looped video and time-based media content, exploring the range and diversity of experimental forms of cinema made locally and abroad.
A dedicated stop on the BGE Light Art Walk will host On Demand, with a LED screen, measuring 12 feet by 20 feet, serving as the platform for a looped program. Where possible, this video content may also be made visible on the Light City Beacon, a large scale LED structure housing three screens that features the work of other Light City artists. UMBC affiliated artists included in On Demand:
Tim Nohe, professor of Visual Arts — Cosmonaut Op
Cathy Cook, associate professor of Visual Arts — Prehistoric Resurrection (pictured)
Corrie Parks, assistant professor of Visual Arts — A Tangled Tale
Catherine Borg, arts publicity coordinator — Self-tending and Faces of Liberty (with Scott Stark)
Short animations by Visual Arts students Justyna Kurbiel, Kevin Stumme, Haley Emmons, and Tory van Dine.
A compilation of stop motion animation from Corrie Parks’ “Intro to Animation” class, featuring work from 32 students, has also been selected for the exhibition. Enjoy a delightful and uplifting two-minute long sneak peek here.
IMDA MFA student Aimi Boullion ’19, alumni Dominique Zeltzman ’14 — Balance, and Jaimes Mayhew ’10.