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Immersions: Informing the Present Moment


installation art project installation art project Loudoun House

The Lexington Art League’s Loudoun House galleries have traditionally showcased artwork on the walls and on pedestals near the wall, but an innovative exhibit in December 2004 turned the galleries themselves into a work of art. Artists Kurt Gohde, Michael Goodlett, Kazuko Matsumoto, and Zoé Strecker transformed the halls, walls, floors, and ceilings of the historic building into an installation project called “Immersions: Informing the Present Moment.”

“Immersions” was a first for the LAL, which had never before mounted an installation project. But according to the organizers, the interest and intrigue generated by such works in other communities and the successes of the local installation artists made the time right.


Program 720

Artists transform the halls (and walls and floors and ceilings) of a Lexington gallery in an ambitious installation project, the Lexington Arts and Cultural Council spotlights local artists during LexArts Weekend, and pianist Denine LeBlanc performs classical music. (#720)

Program 735

Artists transform the halls (and walls and floors and ceilings) of a Lexington gallery in an ambitious installation project, the Lexington Arts and Cultural Council spotlights local artists during LexArts Weekend, and pianist Denine LeBlanc performs classical music. (#735)





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