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Chris Klapper and Patrick Gallagher
Klapper and Gallagher, PI Project: String 428-438 (11 PI Sculptures), 2018

2018

$600

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Dataatadata: 3-Sphere is a sculptural installation and visual exploration of the universe and higher dimensional space --- a minimalist artistic expression of profoundly complex concepts. Touching on the idea of infinity and folded space, artists Chris Klapper and Patrick Gallagher employ materials using resin, acrylic, light and sound to create multi-dimensional references to form and space that seems both fluid and solid at the same time. Their current series, Dataatadata, a play on Dadaism, centers on the beauty of information and the poetry of numbers, and how they can be used to express complex ideas in a visual and experiential way. Chris Klapper and Patrick Gallagher, a married Brooklyn based duo, embarked on their first direct collaboration with their hugely successful installation, Symphony in D Minor, a self contained thunderstorm, which is now part of the permanent collection of Hydropolis Museum in Wroclaw, Poland. Their work is multimedia and multidimensional, their subject matter is driven by specific projects, environments and experiences. Overall, they look to explore new technologies and to use them to express immense ideas on a human scale; employing sound, sculpture, video, projection mapping, composites, digital new media and performance. Over the past seven years, their collaboration has brought each of their strengths, personal expertise and vision together in a way that accelerates each project in to more ambitious territories. Chris and Patrick’s art has exhibited in NYC, Boston, Philadelphia, Miami, Oklahoma, Spain, Italy and Poland. Their works have been written about around the globe, in Fast Company, The Atlantic, Designboom, Creators Project, TSpain: The New York Times Style Magazine and Wallpaper to name a few. They have received grants The Brooklyn Arts Council and Black Rock Arts Foundation.

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