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Eye of the Storm

A Video Installation by Georgie Friedman

September 8 - November 1, 2015  

Roberts Gallery, Lunder Arts Center

Lesley University College of Art and Design

Cambridge, MA

Artist Reception: Thursday, September 17th, 6 - 8 pm


Eye of the Storm is a multi-channel video installation that references the shape of a hurricane eye. Viewers can navigate the various curved forms and enter the 10 foot tall, 20 foot diameter, inverted conical shape. Within the hurricane eye it is calm, but we can contemplate the immense scale and danger that lies beyond what we can see.

Roberts Gallery, Lunder Arts Center

Lesley University College of Art and Design

1801 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA

Monday - Saturday: 9 AM - 6 PM  |  Sunday: Noon - 5 PM

Information: Director of Exhibitions, Bonnie Robinson

Also on view:

Sky Study I, Snow Study II & Snow Study III

Vandernoot Gallery

University Hall, 1851 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA

Lesley University College of Art and Design, Cambridge, MA

Tuesday & Wednesday: 12 pm-5 pm

Thursday: 3 - 8 PM

Friday & Saturday: 12 pm-5 pm

Hours are subject to change; please contact to confirm.

Information: Andrew Mroczek

Both exhibits are FREE and open to the Public

Map | MBTA - Red line to Porter square

Eye of the Storm

Four-channel video installation on sculptural forms with audio

Fabric, stainless steel, support wires

Site foot print approx. 1,000 sq ft


Form 1 (eye): approx. 20' diameter x 10' high

Form 2 (large wind band): approx. 9' x 18' x 6' (H x W x D)

Form 3 (small wind band): approx. 7' x 9' x 12" (H x W x D)

Video lengths range from 17 - 27 minutes, continuous loops.

The audio soundscape was created in collaboration with Jere Friedman. 


Exhibit press:

"Weather, worship, and whimsy," Cate McQuaid, The Boston Globe, Oct 13, 2015

"‘Eye Of The Storm’ Exhibit Brings You Into Eye Of A Hurricane," Pamela Gardner, CBS News, WBZ Boston, Oct 2, 2015

Article | CBS News Video