Join Speedy Graphito at the Cornell Art Museum this October for the opening of the group exhibition, Tech Effect. The exhibition, which will be on view through Feb 2019, explores the way technology has influenced contemporary art. See augmented reality works, interactive touch screen works, the prevalence of social media in contemporary art, artwork that utilizes code, and countless ways that technology is integrated into contemporary art.
Opening Reception | Thursday, October 4th @ 6:30pm
Contact the museum for admission details
For the show, Speedy Graphito will present a number of his pieces, mixed media and sculpture, as well as a special immersive installation. This large-scale piece will incorporate interactive and technological aspects, themes that the artist has explored in his recent work.
Additionally, Speedy will paint the facade of the Cornell Art Museum, a first for the Delray Beach institution. He will begin his mural a week before the exhibition opening and his process will be on view for the public during that time.
The show will feature work from: Henry Ballate, Walter Brown, Miguel Chevalier, Ellen de Meijer, Brian Dettmer, Daniel Fiorda, Antione Geiger, Speedy Graphito, Camomile Hixon, Allison Kotzig, Matthew LaPenta, Alain LeBoucher, Taekyeom Lee, John Messinger, William Montgomery, Pia Myrvold, Elizabeth Phelps, Jonathan Rosen, Constance Scopelitis, and Sara Zaher.
Located in the epicenter of Delray Beach on bustling Atlantic Avenue at Old School Square, the Cornell Art Museum strives to show internationally recognized contemporary artists who create innovative and provocative works of art. The museum recently underwent a dramatic renovation, transforming their hundred year old building into a state of the art facility to showcase contemporary art.
Cornell Art Museum
51 N Swinton Avenue
Delray Beach, FL 33444
For more information: https://www.cornellartmuseum.org/