Felim Egan | Visual Ergonomics

Felim Egan | Visual Ergonomics

Robert Brown Gallery

May 8, 2000

Felim Egan
Visual Ergonomics

5 May - 3 June 2000

Robert Brown Gallery | Collective Unconscious 
2030 R Street, NW, Washington, DC, at the corner of R and 21st Streets
contact: 202.483.4383

The Robert Brown Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of the work of Felim Egan. Born in Ireland in 1952, Mr. Egan currently lives and works in Dublin, Ireland. He has been widely exhibited internationally, most recently at the Irish Museum of Modern Art in 1996, and at the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam in 1999. His last exhibition in the United States was a collaboration with Nobel Laureate Seamus Heaney at Harvard University in 1992. Mr. Egan’s work will be on display at the Robert Brown Gallery from May 5th until June 3rd.

TUESDAY May 9 AT 9 P.M. WARREN NEIDICH PRESENTS “VISUAL ERGONOMICS”

Tonight filmmaker and scientist Warren Neidich (NYC) presents an illustrated lecture entitled “Visual Ergonomics: Formulating a Model Through Which Aesthetics and Neurobiology Are Linked,” accompanied by several of his films and videos including BRAINWASH, 1997, APPARARTUS, 1998, THE MOLYNEUX PROBLEM, 1999, BEING PRADA SEEN, 2000.

at Collective Unconsious 145 Ludlow St., NYC

Contact: Brian Frye
(718)706-6697
Cooper Station Box 499 NYC, 10276-0499

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