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Online Artist Talk: Liz Hickok
Wednesday, December 15, 2:00 – 3:00pm PST
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San Francisco-based artist, Liz Hickok, works in an innovative creative style, mixing low and high tech to create immersive art works that bring viewers into a whimsical and wondrous space. Using playful materials and intersecting photography, sculpture, video, and installation, Hickok makes art that intermingles science and nature. Her most recent projects use augmented reality and other interactive technologies, inviting her spectators to take a more personal approach to her art, and closing the gap between artist and viewer. Hickok will share multiple projects, including her San Francisco in Jell-O series, and her Ground Waters (crystal creations), which were included in the Reimagined Landscapes exhibition. She will also discuss her experience with merging art and technology in her ongoing public art projects.

Liz Hickok exhibits nationally and internationally; her work is included in such collections as the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Blue Shield of California, and Mills College Art Museum. Hickok’s series, Fugitive Topography: Cityscapes in Jell-O, attracted widespread media attention, receiving coverage in The New York Times, a feature on CBS’s The Early Show, and NPR. Photographs from her Ground Waters series were included in the Reimagined Landscapes exhibition at the Center for Photographic Art in Carmel, CA.

Hickok has developed photomurals for Facebook and Google’s San Francisco offices, as well as for UCSF and Sutter Hospitals. She recently created a new site-specific installation for the Surreal Sublime exhibition at the San Jose ICA, and had a large solo exhibition at the Longview Museum of Fine Arts in Longview, TX. She currently has an outdoor photomural on display in Palo Alto, CA which integrates three-dimensional layers of augmented reality video and sound. Liz’s most recent project was an interactive large-scale video projection for Palo Alto’s Code:ART2 this fall. In 2022, she will have a solo show at Chung Namont Gallery in Noe Valley, San Francisco.

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