On November 11, 2015, BRINK (1516 U Street NW) will open its doors for a multimedia, interactive, art exhibition featuring local artist, Steven H Silberg. The showing running from October 22, 2015 through December 7, 2015 is an exhibition featuring several of Silberg’s unique works that allow technology and fine art to intersect. The exhibition is by appointment only.
Steven H Silberg is an image-influenced, material-based, cross-media artist with a background ranging from photography to book conservation. His work develops from an interest in materiality as it relates to content. Inspired by the construction of the digital image and time-based media, his explorations have concentrated on the pixel, file data, metadata, the substrate, and the surface. As an image-maker and artist, I choose to take back the process. Rather than relying on traditional means of image making alone, I wish to engage the computer image at its level—the pixel, the data, and the display—making it as tangible as its manifestation.
Silberg received his MFA from MICA in 2004 and his BFA from the University of Delaware in 1997. He teaches Foundations courses in Photography, Video, & Digital & Electronic media at UMBC, MICA, and Howard Community College. His work has been enjoyed regionally, at venues including Baltimore’s ArtScape, the University of Maryland, and the Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts; nationally, at the University of Texas, Dallas, Missouri State University and Orange Coast College in California; and internationally at the Third Beijing International New Media Arts Exhibition and Symposium. Silberg was selected as the Winner of the Washington Post’s 2010 Real Art DC competition and the 2014 IMPRINT artist by Maryland Art Place.
BRINK is a creative digital agency at the nexus of art, tech and media. With offices in Washington, DC and Tucson, AZ, they work with brands and storytellers around the world.
BRINK is located at 1516 U Street NW. For media inquiries, interviews or information about the event or the featured artist, contact ArtSee at [email protected] or to visit the exhibition call 202.630.2278.