Renowned Spanish artist Felipe Pantone is presenting a selection of new manipulatable pieces and computer-assisted works as part of his virtual exhibit at the ongoing EXPO CHICAGO ONLINE fair.
The pieces serve as an extension of his collection of fine contemporary art objects shown at his most recent (and largest) solo exhibition with RGR Gallery in Mexico City earlier this year titled “BIG TIME DATA.”
The RGR presentation featured a colorful range of kinetic and configurable artworks by Pantone, but Elías Crespín, Carlos Cruz-Diez, Magdalena Fernández and Jesús Rafael Soto, too, that challenged the perceptions of viewers while raising questions on mankind’s dependency on technology and vice versa.
The EXPO CHICAGO ONLINE fair will run from April 8 through April 12. The five-day programming will include dynamic discussions, film screenings, exhibition tours, and performances reflecting Chicago’s interdisciplinary arts scene. Programs taking place during EXPO CHGO ONLINE will be free and open to the public via the EXPO CHICAGO microsite.