About the Event
Skilled in manipulating metals, Charles Gadeken makes copper, bronze, and steel pieces of varying dimensions and functionalities. Inspired by the structures and processes in the world around us, his art depicts natural objects in fantastic ways and realizes the potential for serendipity in everyday life. His Canal Convergence artwork, Entwined Meadow, is a grove of 10 floral clusters with individually programmable light pixels, controlled by the public from a smartphone or tablet.
Join Canal Convergence artists in a 30-minute discussion and Q&A about their work, process, and inspiration.
Artist talks take place in the roundabout at the north end of Marshall Way Bridge. Arrive early as seating is limited.