Join us on the 26th for a multi-sensory experience featuring exhibiting artist James Tapscott and dinner by Chef Rainbow Schultz of Jamestown Mercantile Co. Café.
This event is part of the BMoCA + Swoon International Artist Residency program, established in 2014 to give international artists a creative environment free from daily pressures and to provide the resources, space, and freedom for them to realize courageous works of art.
This October we welcome Australian artist James Tapscott, primarily a land and light artist whose work explores ideas of phenomenology and our response and understanding of natural phenomena through site-specific installations, sculpture, and photographic projects.
Find out more about James Tapscott and his work here.
Image: James Tapscott, Arc One, 2009, Lake Tyrell, Victoria. Light, salt, water, wind. Photo courtesy of artist.