Imagine a space, glowing with infinite colors; a space where boundaries are blurred and imagination runs wild. This space will exist in the Globe Gallery as of Oct. 30. Globe Grantee, Amy Lynch, along with her partners Joel Masters and JD Loughead, have transformed the gallery into an installation they callDeep Space. The exhibit is intended to be a unique space that will gently coax viewers into deep contemplation and limitless creativity.
To celebrate the gallery opening, People’s Liberty is throwing a blowout bash, Globe in the Dark. There will be food, drink, dancing and an interactive iridescent dome. Doors open at 6pm at the Elder St. entrance. During the event, small groups will be permitted into the gallery space to experience Deep Space in an intimate setting. Sign up here to secure your gallery admittance during Globe in the Dark.Deep Space will resume normal Gallery hours Oct. 31st. (M-F 10-5, Sat. 11-3).
Amy Lynch, hopes to change the way people interact with the galleries. Deep Space is designed to encourage visitors to spend time in the space. Instead of quickly viewing the art, Deep Space promotes thought original to each viewer.