Dina Apple and Leslie Armstrong dance with Adam Belt's pop-up installation Sojourner. Live music Sacred Geometries by Kristopher Apple with text by Stephen Silke.
Thursday, April 26, 2018, 6:00-6:30pm at the Broadway Pier
Commissioned as part of the Port Spaces curatorial initiative, Sojourner will be on exhibit on Broadway Pier from April 13 through April 29, 2018 from sunrise to sunset. Sojourner offers a sensory experience influenced by our coastal areas, wetlands, parks, and piers. Inside Belt’s temporary art-room, visitors experience an alternate, meditative world, enveloped by a visual orchestra of reflections. The structure features a reflecting pool and opposing floor-to-ceiling mirrors that cast the effects of rippling light on the water’s surface out to an infinite horizon. Visitors can pass through the space or sit on interior seating to experience the work, and have a quiet reflective moment.
Belt is a San Diego-based Artist whose work incorporates the experiences and phenomenon of natural forces. He states of Sojourner: “I am looking to create an experience that is both intimate in its small scale and movement of water while also expansive in its reflection.” Belt is represented by Quint Gallery in La Jolla and has exhibited widely in the United States. His work is in the permanent collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego.