This month, Pew Fellow and alum Lisa Marie Patzer's work will be on display as part of Da Vinci Art Alliance's Da Vinci Fest.
The exhibition, titled Philadelphia Forthcoming: The Endless Urban Landscape, looks to Philadelphia's architecture and history as a lens into the contemporary moment - and even the future. Patzer's artwork, which applies machine learning to archival material, takes the shape of hand-crafted light boxes. These light boxes are on display (by appointment) at the Da Vinci Art Alliance gallery from October 11th-26th.
If you're in Philadelphia, please check out this amazing exhibition! There will be virtual coverage of the festival as well, starting with a live broadcast on October 22nd at 6:30pm. More information here.