Screens by Geoffrey Hicks
With Screens, Geoffrey Hicks explores the convergence of digital technology and traditional art-making practices to connect with audiences and foster interaction. This exhibit, created for Science Museum Oklahoma, utilizes depth-sensing cameras, projectors, video monitors, and Hicks’ own software as his artistic medium. Unlike a painting that hangs on a wall even if the viewer is not there to see it, Hicks’ artwork requires and includes the viewer. The viewer becomes both artist and subject.
Select programming is made possible in part by the Oklahoma Arts Council, which receives support from the State of Oklahoma and the National Endowment for the Arts.