Jon Vogt: Cornersection

Video/sound installation

‘Cornersection’ by Jon Vogt is a video and sound installation that explores shifting patterns of interference. Viewers will encounter an audiovisual environment in which their relative position and movement through space affects their perceptual experience of the work. A shape shifting video projection using intersecting image and bilateral symmetry mimics the cymatic effects of binaural beat activity produced through physical intersections of stereo sound.

To see at
Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Section within the
Dallas Arts District

Jon Vogt is an Atlanta based artist who recently earned an MFA from the University of North Texas in May 2015. He received his BFA in Printmaking from Iowa State University in 2008 and holds a Professional Printer’s certificate from the Tamarind Institute for Lithography. Jon has exhibited nationally and throughout Texas; his work in printmaking, weaving, digital image, video, and sound is currently on view at Islander Gallery in Corpus Christi through October 25th.


“My current artistic investigation mines an interest in perceptual phenomena and the limits of sensory experience. To what extent do static images appear to move? When does repetitive action become hypnotic or overbearing? What parallels exist between visual art and sound? Rhythm, vibration, visual noise, patterns of interference, and shifting color fields are some of the formal qualities I use to explore these ideas.”

Photos: Copyright Josh Blaylock

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