Wandering around Bojana Ginn’s luminous installation at MOCA GA last fall led to my brief and uncalculated obsession with the pixel, arguably the most overlooked tool in contemporary life. The artist’s three large square sculptures, glowing orange and blue through swirled wool, seemed like physical renderings of the grid on the walls around them; the size of the indistinct projected image was so large that the pixels became a visible grid. Claire E. Dempster. BURNAWAY Magazine.
Installation at the David J. Sencer CDC Museum, often referred to as the CDC Museum, is museum about the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention located in Atlanta, Georgia.