Digital Mindscapes presents the digital artworks of Corinne Whitaker, aka the Digital Giraffe. The exhibition includes several works created during the 2020 pandemic as well as seminal pieces from the artist’s career, such as Eve and Adam which Whitaker believes to be among the first life size 3-D sculptures created. The work continues the artist’s career long inquiry into what it means to be human in the twenty-first century. Whitaker is both captivated and cautious of technology. This innate duality manifests in a playful yet serious exhibition where contradictions are forged into a complicated and unique visual language. Beyond the complexity of context, the collective works form a multisensory experience of color and shape that is approachable and compelling.
“Corinne Whitaker takes us into a universe of her own design with Digital Mindscapes. Corinne paints with code. She sculpts with algorithms and manipulates imagery, daring the viewer to imagine new worlds with her. This exhibition reaffirms the Museum’s commitment to sharing the work of innovative local artists.” says Corey Madden, the Museum’s Executive Director.