ROAM, steel, LED neon, electronics, 2015
Jon Geiger: ROAM
On View: January 1–August 31, 2018
ROAM is a large-scale sculpture by 2016 Black Cube Fellow, Jon Geiger. This 26-foot, abstracted, neon tumbleweed consists of five neon forms—illuminated individually to create a rolling movement. The sculpture is designed to move from location to location. It's been exhibited at Marjorie Park, near Fiddlers Green in southeast of Denver (2016), Rocky Mountain College of Art + Designin Lakewood (2016), Boulder's Central Park (2016), and the Art Hub in Lafayette (2017).
On display through July, 2018.
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AWOL: Art WithOut Limits launched in 2008, featuring international, national and regional artists and collectives manifesting site-specific temporary projects outside the confines of the gallery walls with accompanying artistic residencies. Past programs include social practice projects, public sculpture, multi-disciplinary performances, and happenings across a wide range of venues. Creating community through shared experiences with art is a guiding goal of this program.