Interference: new work by Collin Parson

Entropy: work by Angela Faris Belt

Michael Warren Contemporary

October 15 – November 23, 2019

  • Opening Reception, Friday, October 18 (5-8pm)
  • First Friday Art Walk, November 1 (6-9pm)
  • Third Friday Art Reception, November 15 (5-8pm)
Collin Parson's new work examines the "interference" fringes created by the moiré effect, in which similar but slightly overset patterns are overlaid over each other with differing size, angle, or spacing causing a fascinating perceptual effect. This exhibition continues Parson’s ongoing exploration with light, space, and perception.

Born and raised in Colorado, Collin Parson currently serves as the Director of Galleries and Curator for the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities in Arvada, Colorado and is a former member at the historic Pirate: Contemporary Art cooperative and alumni of the artist residency program at RedLine Denver. Parson received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theater Design and Technology with an emphasis in Lighting and Scene Design from the University of Colorado at Boulder and earned his Master in Arts in Visual Culture and Arts Administration from Regis University in Denver. His creative work involves the control of light, pattern, and color to create perceptual light and space works. Growing up in a family of artists, Collin is proud to be continuing educational and creative traditions.

Michael Warren Contemporary
760 Santa Fe Drive
Denver CO 80204