Pace Digital Gallery's inaugural exhibition

Pace University's Fine Arts and Computer Science Departments proudly present
Pace Digital Gallery's inaugural exhibition Digital Downtown
As part of the 10th Anniversary New York Digital Salon

Alexander Heilner
Russet Lederman
Hidekazu Minami
Annette Weintraub
Richard Wright
Amy Youngs
Jody Zellen

Pace Digital Gallery
163 William Street between Beekman and Ann Streets
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April 22nd - May 25th
Please join us at the Opening Friday, April 25th, 6 - 8pm
Gallery Hours: Wednesday - Saturday, 10am - 5pm
and by appointment
Panel Discussion with the artists May 6th

Curators: Jillian Mcdonald, Juliet Ann Martin, Bruce Wands
Directors: Frank Marchese, Jillian Mcdonald, Juliet Martin

Underlying rhythms of the city - crowd movement, dreams of glory, ambient sound, and memories of place - recur throughout the Digital Downtown exhibition. The work maps visual and aural poetries from the patterns and clutter which result from too many people in too little space.
>>Jillian Mcdonald

New Yorkers have a special, intimate relationship with their city's architecture. So much so that the architecture becomes icons for the city itself. Perhaps the reason for it is that in Manhattan, one of the most densely populated islands in the world, the very transportation, architecture, and geography are symbols of the connection a tourist or resident may have with the city. >>Juliet Ann Martin