Asterisms @ Tinworks Art
I’ve transformed an old warehouse in Bozeman, Montana into a site specific camera obscura, drilling roughly 10,000 small holes into the metal roof, with each projecting an image of the overhead sun. Inspired by the practice of installing solar observatories in Renaissance cathedrals, the work makes space for attending to the time of day, the season, and the weather.
This project was commissioned by Story Mill Art, a Bozeman-based 501c3, that seeks to realize contemporary art installations in non-traditional spaces. Artists and collectives participating in Tinworks Art include Adam Frelin, Bently Spang, The Crossing, Deborah Butterfield, John Buck, and NENA.
Friday, July 12 – Saturday, August 17
Fridays 3PM – 6PM
Saturdays 10AM – 6PM
Private group tours are also available by appointment. If you cannot visit during our normal hours, please put a group of friends together and make an appointment for a viewing by contacting Tinworks Art.
Friday, July 12, from 3:00 PM 6:00 PM.
719 N Ida Ave., Bozeman, MT.