February 15 - August 18 2024
1103 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, FL 33132
Sea Change at Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) is an immersive exhibition navigating accelerating transformations across climate, culture, and time. The featured works flow between aqueous warnings, poetic meditations on human nature, and futuristic reinterpretations of the technologies reshaping life as we know it. Each offering provides a unique vantage on the deepening interconnectedness of tech and the natural world.
The selection features multilayered virtual beings from LaTurbo Avedon, Eva Papamargariti, and Fabiola Larios; playful interspecies antics in Lorna Mills’ animated GIF collages; surreal animalistic metamorphosis by Cassie McQuater; mesmerizing generative landscapes by Alfredo Salazar-Caro, Harvey Moon, Rick Silva and Nicolas Sassoon; Rodell Warner’s shimmering 3D archive of endangered aquatic plant species; and Leo Castañeda’s imagined domain of sentient Mangroves.
Sea Change weaves together artificial intelligence, simulation, and identity to illuminate our precarious position amidst imminent seismic societal, cultural, and existential shifts. Spanning generative art, animated GIFs, video games, 3D experimental films and virtual reality, the stylistically diverse survey offers a vivid sample of how artists critically and creatively engage technology today.
The interactive format enables viewers to fluidly toggle between works in an immersive contemporary art experience. By showcasing simulations, gaming, and online art, Sea Change sparks vital dialogue around power, tech, and imagery in the 21st century.
LINK: Sea Change