Opening April 3, “Strataform” reacts to whoever’s in the room, using sensors and projectors, casting dreamlike images onto the wall. This “living architecture” exhibit includes nearly 10,000 pieces of laser-cut thermoform plastic and was inspired after a visit from Toronto-based artist and architect Philip Beesley.
Beesley has collaborated with the students and staff for this show, which runs in tandem with “Collider 8,” a project that features 3-D printed items like the “tiny cinema” pieces with working screens. An artist’s reception will take place April 7, 5 to 7 p.m. The gallery is located at 150 E. Exchange St. Visit www.uakron.edu/arts for info.