Event Information

Student Organized Art Exhibit Opens: “NOTHING’S GOING ON HERE.”

Sam Francis Gallery
“Nothing’s going on here.” is a multimedia exhibition organized by students enrolled in the Art Gallery Curatorial Project course that aims to feature the degrees of the uncanny valley.” In his inceptual essay, Japanese roboticist Masahiro Mori denotes "the uncanny valley" as “the proposed relation between the human likeness of an entity and the perceiver’s affinity for it.” The exhibition will showcase digital, physical and live forms supporting Mori’s theory––from the passionately un-lifelike to the formidably real––each piece striking a profound relationship with the viewer’s spectrum of affinity.
Gallery Hours:
Monday-Friday // 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Location: Sam Francis Gallery, 21st Street Campus