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The Undersea Well
Jane Cassidy

June 30 through September 16, 2018

On view in the Goldman, Richard, and Rushton Stakely Galleries

Jane Cassidy (Irish, born 1984), The Undersea Well, 2017

Jane Cassidy creates site-specific audio-visual installations. By manipulating various technologies such as speakers and projectors, Cassidy fuses light and sound to form meditative environments filled with visual music. At the Museum, she will exhibit multiple installations, moving from individual sculptural encounters simulating deep space, to a contemplative installation melding sound and illumination that simultaneously evokes fireflies in nature and a celestial landscape, to a fully immersive environment of projected light and music that resonates in the body and mind of the viewer.

An Irish artist currently living and working in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Cassidy trained in music composition and animation. She earned a Masters in Music and Media Technologies from Trinity College Dublin in 2008 and a Masters of Fine Arts in Digital Art from Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana in 2014. Since that time, national and international film festivals, galleries, and museums have featured her work.

Organized by the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, Montgomery, Alabama.

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Exhibition Preview

Jane Cassidy (Irish, born 1984), The Undersea Well, 2017, single channel video, four projectors, and stereo sound, Lent by the artist

Jane Cassidy (Irish, born 1984), They Upped Their Game After the Oranges, 2012, projection mapping, stereo sound, Lent by the artist

 

Jane Cassidy (Irish, born 1984), Whereas For Me It Means, 2014–2018, four-channel surround sound, four speakers, 16 LED lights, and 3D printed casings, Lent by the artist

Photography of installation at the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts