The Lone Star College-Kingwood Fine Arts Gallery will be showcasing a video installation and still photography exhibit by Pablo Gimenez Zapiola, Jan. 28 through March 18, which incorporates poetry, graphics, digitally mixed images and local environments.
Pablo Gimenez Zapiola’s Praxis 2 exhibit is a combination of four bodies of work and will be exhibited as a series of video projections and photograph installations. Praxis 2 is the result of years of work, combining different visual expression disciplines, diverse technologies, and the use of the environment. The projects on exhibit, Meaning in Motion; Inner and Outer Atmospheres; Around the Infinite; and Transitions, are the outcome of experimentations and continuous creation. Zapiola develops projects that invite the viewer to establish a relationship with the artwork in order to discover its total depth.
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