September 22 - December 15, 2003
Krasnow Institute for Advanced Study
Tuesday, October 14th:
Reception 4:30 - 6:30 pm
(shuttle van available from Mason Hall every 15 minutes)
Gail Scott White is a professor of digital arts in the Department
of Art and Visual Technology, and a co-founder and Associate
Director of the Multimedia Performance Studio, at George Mason.
Her work ranges from digital prints and sculpture to multimedia
design for opera, theater, dance, performance and outdoor
She has exhibited at the Alternative Museum and A.I.R. Gallery(NYC),
Stone Quarry Hill Art Park (Cazenovia NY), and Dance Place
(DC), and she received an artist's fellowship from the Virginia
Commission for the Arts. Recently her work was featured in
Art on the Digital Edge at the Academy Museum (Easton
MD), and she created multimedia design for two operas, Hans
Werner Henze's The End of A World and John Harbison's
A Full Moon in March, for Encompass New Opera Theatre
in New York City.
Transgenic Beings is a series of large-scale color
giclée prints which combine 3D modeling with digital
photographs of projections on human bodies. These images depict
ambivalent encounters, in a nearly familiar world, among beings
whose art is painted on their skin.