The Marin Art & Garden Center presents the exhibition “Between Nature & Technology,” multi-media artworks by Courtney Egan and David Sullivan, in The Studio at MAGC from March 3 – April 16, 2017.
The exhibition is free and open to the public.
Having worked and lived together for 25 years, New Orleans-based artists David Sullivan and Courtney Egan’s aesthetics and themes crisscross with a concern for how technology is changing our experience of nature, of what the natural world is, and what its future holds. Sullivan’s animated, color-saturated landscapes deal with our civilization’s long-term impact on the landscape. Egan uses a variety of new-media methods and techniques, including computer coding, to explore the prevailing relationship between people, technology, and nature.
Between Nature & Technology features recent works from the artists, filling the galleries at The Studio, the recently renovated historic building that is now the hub of cultural programming at MAGC.