AN EXHIBITION PRESENTED BY
BUILDING BRIDGES ART EXCHANGE
SPONSORED BY THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SYNAESTHETES, ARTISTS, AND SCIENTISTS &
IN PARTNERSHIP WITH ARTSCI GALLERY AT UCLA
WHAT IS THE TASTE
OF THE COLOR BLUE?
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23RD 2017
Jon Adams - Raewyn Turner & Brian Harris - Anne Patterson - James Wannerton - Appelusa - M.J. Cordoba - Marjan Vayghan - Tim Thompson - Christine Söeffing - Marcos Lutyens in collaboration with Dr. Richard E. Cytowic
Building Bridges Art Exchange, sponsored by the International Association of Synaesthetes, Artists, and Scientists, and in partnership with ArtSci Gallery at UCLA present Synaesthesia: What is the taste of the color blue?, an exhibition of captivating art installations this Autumn in Bergamot Station, Santa Monica, Ca.
BBAX Curator/Founder Marisa Caichiolo will curate this exhibition in collaboration with Victoria Vesna, Director of the ArtSci Center, in coordination with Special Exhibitions Producer, Daniel Schuster. This, over five week display of synesthetic creativity, promises to enthrall both dedicated collectors and art enthusiasts alike.
Produced by IASAS, CC Hart, Sean Day
Produced by BBAX, Daniel Schuster
Produced by Art/Sci Center UCLA, Victoria Vesna
This exhibition will explore how artists who have unique sensory experiences, synesthesia, reveal their experiences of the world through their exquisite art.
Synesthesia is an inherited trait, like red hair or brown eyes, and is found in less than 3.75 percent of the world's population. It is defined as a cross firing of any one of the five senses in which one sensory experience triggers additional sensory experiences in one or more of the other four senses. Synesthesia does not replace one sensory mode with another; it adds perceptions from another sensory modality to the initial "normal" perceptions. There are at least 60 different forms of synesthesia.