In the Moment: Mw [Moment Magnitude] at the Frye Art Museum
Friday night at the Frye Art Museum was unlike most other openings held there. Live music, video installations, ceramic works, paintings, and sculpture all found a place amongst one another for the opening night of [Moment Magnitude].
Jeffrey Mitchell's Butterfly Symmetry (below), made from sheets of embossed latex that appear to have been hand molded.
Music videos by Perfume Genius, Wynne Greenwood, and Shabazz Palaces (directly below) are projected on to walls in different rooms throughout the museum.
A sculptural piece by Buster Simpson titled Cuyahoga River Setting includes a series of lunch trays with silverware mounted to them.
An impressively intricate wooden half-sphere sculpture is on display at the entry to the main gallery.
Chris Bruch's cleverly designed Home ala Cart was almost inviting enough to try out.
Guests enjoyed glowing yellow seating seating surfaces in the "lounge" area, upstairs in the museum.
Samantha Boshnack performed to a crowd in the museum's entry way.