Article by Berlin Art Link // Dec. 02, 2018
Every two years, internationally recognized artists working in light, video and sound illuminate the city of Dallas, Texas, for a one-night-only exhibition, curated under the theme ‘Future Worlds’ by DooEun Choi (NYC), Justine…[read on]
Berlin // Jul. 13, 2017
After a series of new developments to the widely-viewed Dallas public art exhibition, the fifth edition of AURORA is set to take place again in November 2018, with a focus on the art of light, video and sound…[read on]
Article by Lee Escobedo in Dallas // Oct. 28, 2016
Aurora—Dallas’ biennial, public and free art exhibition— will take over the Dallas Arts District again in 2017, and if this past weekend’s Prelude was any indication, it will be a much-improved version. Much of the…[read on]
Article by Berlin Art Link in Berlin // Oct. 14, 2016
On October 21st and 22nd, Aurora will present two nights of light, video, and sound-based, immersive arts installations at the AT&T Performing Arts Center campus and the Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas, Texas. While Aurora is as a biennial event spanning the entire Dallas Arts District…[read on]
Blog post by Alison Hugill – in Berlin; Thursday, Oct. 08, 2015.
is a free and public contemporary art exhibition centered in the 68-acre Dallas Arts District, which was inaugurated in 2010. The expansive and immersive exhibition presents interactive light, video, performance, and sound artworks in exciting and unexpected public spaces…[read on…]
Blog post by Nora Kovacs – in Berlin; Monday, May. 18, 2015.
will be returning to the Dallas Arts District on October 16th
with its biannual new media art experience and is looking for artists to join the 2015 program…[read on…]
Blog post by Monica Salazar – in Berlin; Tuesday Nov. 5, 2013.
Dallas, Texas is one of the fastest growing cities in America and the contemporary art event Aurora is keeping the city’s arts and culture progress apace. The free event, which took place in October in the urban heart of the Dallas Arts District, revolved around the theme Light of Convergence…[read on…]
Blog post by Jessyca Hutchens – in Berlin; Tuesday, May 14, 2013.
As an artist do you feel your creative voice and perspective reflects and contributes to society? AURORA
new media arts festival, a free contemporary art event in the public space of Downtown Dallas Arts District, presents a platform to express this voice within the realms of new media art.[read on…]
Blog post by Elizabeth Feder – in San Francisco; Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2012.
Shane Pennington recently helped usher in the opening of the Dallas City Performance Hall with a digital media installation that drew direct inspiration and visual material from Berlin’s Alexanderplatz. Entitled Points of Life, the installation features a 15-minute loop of digitally abstracted figures who inhabit the performance hall’s key element: a specially-designed stage curtain that is a fully programmable grid of LED lights. [read on…]
Article by Elizabeth Feder – in Berlin; Thursday, Jul. 12, 2012.
“Leaving the Shade” is a provocative show, conjuring up deep and personal reflections through diverse and richly developed pieces. To say that Pennington is a multimedia artist fails to capture the kind of exuberance and vast scope of works that comprises “Leaving the Shade.” In using natural elements as motifs, Pennington navigates the psychological and physiological ramifications of a change that is transformative…[read on…]
Shane Pennington, ”Solstice,” mixed media video installation with Sculptcad 3D forms Tuesday, Jul. 03, 2012 C/O BERLIN “Press Record” – STAN BRAKHAGE, MASHA GODOVANNAYA, SADIE BENNING, ILENE SIGALOVE Screening: Tuesday, Jun. 3; 8pm Oranienburger Straße 35/36 (click here for map) Thursday, Jul. 05, 2012 GESTALTEN “Black Antoinette“ – OLAF HAJEK Exhibition: Jul. 5 – 29,… Read more »
Blog post by Anna C. Purcell – in Berlin; Tuesday, Jun. 26, 2012.
On July 5th, Texan multimedia-artist Shane Pennington’s first Berlin exhibition will open at the Mitte project space Sur La Montagne (SlaM). He will present a series of site-specific pieces that range from sculpture to video. [read on…]