11 a.m.-2 p.m. Nov. 9, 16, 23, 30
The November show at The New Gallery in SOMA features a “site-sensitive” art installation by Kansas City artist Cory Imig, work created specifically for the gallery. Imig’s goal is to alter our sense of space visually and physically. From her artist’s statement:
Cory’s manipulations ask the viewer to imagine space differently, including how it interacts with their body, how they move through it, and the objects within it. Cory’s installations play with perceptions of both the second and third dimensions, inviting viewers to flip back and forth between them. This process intentionally blurs the boundaries between the physical space and the work itself and brings the viewer in as a moving component of the work. Everything is active.