About the Exhibit
Opening Reception: Saturday December 17, 12-4pm | More Info
Closing Reception: Sunday February 12, 12-4pm | More Info
Through Sunday February 12
An exhibition of works by Ekaterina Smirnova will include a series of large scale watercolor paintings. Through her work, Ekaterina explores the relationship of humanity with the universe, investigating our place as human beings in an infinite space. You will find mysterious clusters of stars, the evening lights of a megapolis and various enigmas of light in nature. Ekaterina’s work is often inspired by science. In 2016 she had a solo show at the European Space Agency (ESA), participated two science symposiums and gave talks at NASA and ESA. During this exhibition you will be able to not only see her latest science-inspired pieces, but also experience augmented reality to explore the invisible.
About the Artist
Ekaterina Smirnova is a New York based artist. She is highly inspired by science (astronomy, physics and chemistry). Ekaterina’s recent project, 67P, has been noticed by the European Space Agency (ESA), where she presented her work in 2016. The artist collaborates with scientists from around the world, interpreting their research into art. Ekaterina often travels, in the past few years she went to art residencies in Japan, Ireland, Austria and throughout the USA. Ekaterina works in different media: large scale watercolor paintings, ceramic sculptures, music collaborations and interactive electronics.
In 2016 Ekaterina:
participated science symposiums: 50th ESLAB & DPS/EPSC;
had solo shows at: ESTEC and 4Bid gallery, Netherlands;
gave public talks at: ESA and NASA;
Ekaterina’s work was presented at the World Science Festival in Brisbane, Australia.