Lindsay Packer plays with the call and response of color, light, and found materials. With an analog approach rooted in the visual language of painting, she combines physical objects, light, and color in temporary, immersive installations that are integral to and inseparable from their architectural sites. Her installations are analog RGB color spaces: luminous, temporary geometries that call into question the divisions between analog and digital ways of seeing. In ‘Parallel Universe,’ she will tailor an evolving series of light-based installations to the space while working in response to the architecture and environment at One Brooklyn Bridge Park.
About Lindsay Packer
A Fulbright Fellow to India in Installation Art and two-time Artist-in-Residence at the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation, Packer received a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design and an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. In 2018, she performed as part of Melanie Maar’s Line Death Dance project at the Chocolate Factory Theater (LIC), had solo exhibitions at Transmitter and Custom Program Project Space, and will premiere an animated film at the MONO NO AWARE XI festival of cinema arts (all in Brooklyn). She regularly conducts hands-on workshops about color and light with undergraduates and other audiences and lives and works in Brooklyn.
For further information about Lindsay, or to schedule a visit outside of the posted open hours, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the artist’s website: http://www.lindsaypacker.com/ She may also be followed on Instagram.