Transforming Spaces into Places through Art & Design
"Simply an important and impressive piece of public art. Although it is being presented inside an indoor gallery, it plays an important mission to our cultural community and civic sense of sensibilities. The work is really delightful and dark, intelligent and playful. Most importantly, she challenges the norms of public space in a way that is very important to citizens sense of ownership and what is public property. It really creates the opportunity for the public to really engage in the world around them."
-Frank Maugeri, Co-Artistic Director, Redmoon Theater
(pictured left) during the Illuminate
Exhibition at Water Street Studios January 2012)
To see a video of Accord
in action, click the following link:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u257PjlX-
is currently on display at the Rhythm! Discovery Center in Indianapolis!
For more information about Rhythm!, please visit the following link:http://rhythmdiscoverycenter.org/
I have always been fascinated by the relationship that exists between people, sound and light. As an artist, I strive to transform spaces into places by creating functional artwork that is accessible, interactive and harmonious within its environment. I work with a variety of sustainable materials including glass, metal, ceramic, wood, water, light, sound. If you are interested in purchasing or commissioning artwork, please contact the artist via email: email@example.com
Bree Gomez recently Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago with an emphasis in sculpture and design. After taking a course with Jaume Plensa (Crown Fountain
, Millennium Park), which culminated in a public exhibition at the Richard Gray Gallery in Chicago, she has been utilizing light to activate public spaces. September 2010 her interactive sculpture, Accord
was exhibited at the Grand Rapids Art Museum and ranked among the top 25 out of 1,713 artists for ArtPrize 2010. Most recently, her installation, Assimilation
, was selected for Chicago's Art Loop Open. Her work is represented both nationally and internationally by S.R. Brennen Gallery in Palm Desert, California and Galleria Romanelli in Florence, Italy.