August 27 - November 5, 2022
From Galveston Artist Residency:
“Listen, can you hear the distant calling?
Speeding on our way to something new —
Take a breath and take the plunge, my dear.
Part 1 of Travel in Light Years will open on Saturday, August 27th and Part 2 will open on October 8th. There will additionally be other ongoing public programming in conjunction with this exhibition to be announced in coming weeks.
Travel in Light Years is partially supported by a grant from the Galveston Cultural Arts Commission, with gratitude.
J.R. Roykovich is a conceptual & research based artist, utilizing photography, video, drawing, performance and installation. The work explores locations to expose and document how the layers of history, mythology and psychic scars of a site can affect the phenomenological intersections of current physical, mental and emotional experiences within that place and time. These explorations result in large installations and mappings based off environmental recollection which serve as a nerve center to explore, document and connect various histories. Roykovich’s research explores the spatial exchanges between existing entities at those locations while documenting geo-spectral networked and system-based transferences.”
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