Yasuo Nomura “Dimensionism 2.0 2.0”

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NowHere presents Dimensionism 2.02.0 by New York based Japanese artist Yasuo Nomura.

Dimensionism 2.02.0 is a grand vision that continues the lineage of dimensional art for the new space age of the 21st century. In freeing dimensional art from the medium of painting, Dimensionism 2.02.0 aims to elicit physical sensations and spatial perspectives that the genre was previously incapable of capturing.

This exhibition presents Pion, an installation that uses optical phenomena to allow viewers to experience a new way of perceiving dimension. Through the peculiar effect that takes place inside a large cube of about six feet per side, one’s perception of the workings of space can be indelibly altered.

While we’re usually closed on Tuesdays, we decided to open this exhibition on Tuesday November 3rd. Already a big day for the US, it’s also a big day when it comes to astronomical events. On this Tuesday, Jupiter and Saturn will form a straight line when viewed from the Sun, an event that hasn’t happened in the last 60 years! Nomura believes in the strong relationship between the position of the planets and our society. So it’s only fitting that we highlight this rare astronomical year with the launch of Nomura’s Dimensionism 2.02.0

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Schedule

from November 03, 2020 to December 27, 2020
Hours: Wednesday-Sunday, 11am-6pm. Also open Tuesday November 3rd.

Artist(s)

Yasuo Nomura

Website

https://www.nowhere-nyc.com (venue's website)

Fee

Free

Venue Hours

From 9:00 To 17:00
sundays opening at 10:00, saturdays closing at 18:00, sundays closing at 17:00

Access

Address: 40 Wooster Street, NY 10013
Phone: 917-675-6944

Between Grand and Broome Streets. Subway: A/C/E and 1 to Canal Street.

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