IAN White Box Gallery
The fall 2016 IAN Installation Series will take us on a connected journey from one’s own selfish “I” to the need for a collaborative “we, ” from celebrity and selfie to terror and order towards evolution and hope. Join us in the QUEST from problem space to solution as we creatively grapple with this generation’s greatest obstacle – one’s self.
The White Box Gallery is where curriculum for the Institute for Arts Nexus comes to life. These 4-D immersive experiences transfer information – in this case, creative theory – into space for the students to absorb and apply. Hosting six world premiere installations annually, the White Box Gallery’s mission is to bring vision to reality through 4-D (sight, sound, space and emotion) immersions that challenge social, industrial, cultural and academic perspectives.
The White Box Gallery, located within the ArtStreet facility on the 300 block of Kiefaber Street, is open Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - midnight; Saturday - Sunday noon - midnight. Closed during holiday breaks and intercessions.
Choose your own adventure.
September 6 - 27, 2016
Life often presents us with what appear to be binary choices. Is it really that simple?
Creative Lead: Kate Tepe
Opening Event: Tuesday, September 6 | 5-7 p.m.
October 4 - 25, 2016Psychological or physical restraint is perceived... or real, acknowledged... or dismissed, beneficial... or not. Going somewhere?
Creative Lead: Todd Stewart Richman
Opening Event: Tuesday, October 4 | 5-7 p.m.
November 1 - 29, 2016
When striving through tantrums and struggles, we lose hope, we fail to forgive. Will we celebrate and see the beauty?
Creative Lead: Tyler Hamilton
Opening Event: Tuesday, November 1 | 5-7 p.m.
2015-16 IAN Installation Series
The 2015-16 IAN Installation Series focused on our daily climate — and our elemental responses to our environment. From the origins of want and need, to the fear of loss, the White Box Gallery examined themes of THIRST, CONSUMPTION, FEAR, UPHEAVAL, REFLECTION and CHANGE. Learn more >>
Photos by Colin Joern.