I’m up in Vermont for the week and am so excited and proud of my big Brother Jon whose solo art show is opening tonight at the Firehouse Gallery on Church Street in Burlington. The opening runs from 5:30 to 8 so if you’re in town stop by and say hello!
You can read about the exhibit HERE – the show will run until October 23rd.
The picture above was taken yesterday – I stopped by the gallery for a few hours to help Jon measure and hang and he was taking a little break 🙂 It looks amazing and I couldn’t be prouder!
Come check it out!
The show blurb says: In Inner Landscapes, Shelburne, Vermont native Jonathan Harris blurs the boundaries between anthropology, software development, complex systems analysis, graphic design, and story telling. Harris’s unique body of internet-based work exposes human emotion on massive and intensely intimate scales. Featuring nine works spanning Harris’s career, the exhibition includes: I Want You to Want Me, an interactive analysis of online dating commissioned by New York’s MoMA; The Whale Hunt, which captures Harris’s experience on an Inupiat whale hunting expedition in Barrow, Alaska; and We Feel Fine, which tracks global evidence of human feelings using blog entries. Harris’s work is exhibited internationally, including the Pompidou Centre, Paris, and The Museum of Modern Art, New York, and is also featured in the TED (Technology Education Design) lecture series. Harris will be the Firehouse Art Lab artist-in-residence through December of 2010.