Art

"Infrathin 29.401248 x -98.485324"

When: Sat., June 13, 6-9 p.m. and June 14-July 11 2015

When asked to define his concept of the “infrathin,” Marcel Duchamp described the nearly imperceptible state as “the warmth of a seat (which has just been left).” Years later Kenneth Goldsmith updated the concept, calling it the “data haze” that surrounds us. With those two thinkers in mind, Carolyn Sortor developed “Infrathin 29.401248 x -98.485324.” Once dubbed “the hardest working woman in the Dallas art scene,” Sortor traded her longtime law career for a BFA. Since then, her artistic pursuits have included large-scale projections, performance broadcasts and an “artificial MFA course.” On view by appointment through July 11

Price: Free