Art House, the Foundation’s exhibition space in Santa Fe, is dedicated to sharing works from the Foundation’s collection. Exhibitions change annually. We are open to the public and by appointment, and we welcome visits from school groups.
On view through Spring 2017.
Mouse in the Machine: Nature in the Age of Digital Art features 15 digital and software-based artworks by 12 artists from the Thoma art collection to examine the intersection of technology and nature. Using customized software and code, the artworks simulate lifelike biological and ecological systems to emulate the passage of time, seasons and lifecycles.
The exhibition features a video art aquarium by Nam June Paik, realtime generative computer animations by John Gerrard and Marina Zurkow, an interactive augmented reality conveyor belt by Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, and drawings produced by the world’s first and most successful artificially intelligent painting machine, created by Harold Cohen.
Artists included: Alan Rath, Bruce Nauman, Daniel Canogar, Daniel Rozin, Harold Cohen, James Nares, Jim Campbell, John Gerrard, Marina Zurkow, Nam June Paik, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, Stephen Wilkes.
Location & Hours
Thursday – Saturday, 10am – 5pm
231 Delgado St.
Santa Fe, NM 87501