Apr 20, 2019 | 1:00 PM | Saturday

Sat Apr 20, 1:00 PM - Sat Apr 20, 3:00 PM

Berkeley Art Center

1275 Walnut St, Berkeley, CA 94709

Community: Berkeley



Take a ride on BART with artist Arthur Huang and BAC Executive Director Daniel Nevers as they discuss commuting as a source of inspiration. Price includes round-trip BART ticket. Space is limited.

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Arthur Huang explores conscious and unconscious memory along the spectrum of neuroscience and visual arts through two ongoing projects — the Memory Walks Project and the Daily Drawings Project. Taking a cue from place cells and other specialized neurons responsible for spatial memory, he started working on the Memory Walks Project in 2012. Utilizing the concept of place cells to explore moments of transit in his daily life, Arthur began drawing different walks that he took from memory. In the process, he moved from drawing on paper to working on alternative substrates, eventually settling on eggshells. Working on a three-dimensional object with a limited view of the drawing surface, Huang found a more direct connection between his memory and his drawing process.

The Daily Drawings Project began as a way to utilize the in-between moments of daily life. Huang makes these semi-automatic drawings while commuting on trains. They start with an arbitrary choice of pen and drawn shape. From there, the drawing is made on a sheet of A5 paper with no preconception of what will transpire during the commute. Since the project’s inception in 2015, he has generated more than 1,000 drawings.

BAC Members $25/Nonmembers $30

Image: Arthur Huang, This is the Way I Went (installation detail), 2016

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