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Traffic Zone : Adaptive Ratios
October 6, 2018 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Image: Jonathan Gross, Invasive Species (12′ 4″ X 4′ 2″)
An exhibition of photographs by Jonathan Gross
October 6 – November 16, 2018
Gallery hours: Monday – Saturday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm and by appointment
Public Reception: Saturday, October 6, 6:00 – 8:00 pm
Free and open to the public
Parking is available in Minneapolis City Parking Ramp C off of 3rd Avenue and at meters on the street.
Jonathan Gross, Brooklyn Bridge (12′ 4″ X 1′ 9″)
Traffic Zone Gallery presents Adaptive Ratios, an exhibition of photographs by Jonathan Gross. Beyond the startling detail, Jonathan applies his digital process in ways that transcend some accepted limitations of conventional film and digital imaging techniques—such as unwrapping a 360° room interior or presenting a very large group portrait that is viewable as individual portraits. These immersive prints grant the viewer permission to intuitively explore the scenes with a freedom not usually experienced with conventionally sized and shaped photographs. This exhibition is an opportunity to view these non-traditional images printed at mural scale. Previously these extremely large photographs were viewable only on-line using specialized server software jointly developed by Google, NASA, and CMU: http://jonathangross.art/#/tra
Jonathan Gross, Wallpaper (11′ 5″ X 2′)
Jonathan Gross has exhibited both 2D and 3D works in a number of group exhibitions at the Tychman Shapiro Gallery from 2013 through the present, two group shows at Minneapolis College of Art and Design, and in the 2017 Minnesota Fair Fine Arts Exhibition. This is his first solo show—and only the third time he will have on display large-scale prints using the digital imaging process with which he has been working since 2010. Gross also designs theater projections. He was a tour guide at the Walker Art Center for five years.
Traffic Zone Center for Visual Art supports the work of mid-career professional artists with high-quality, affordable studios and the engagement of audiences with gallery exhibitions, open studio events, art classes and workshops.