Tuesday’s objet: Wittgenstein Untitled

Our Tuesday’s Objet series (pronounced “OB-JAY” from the French word for “object”) intends to highlight pieces on display outside the physical confines of our gallery spaces, to draw attention to the art that surrounds us on a daily basis. TGIT! Today’s objet can be found directly across the way from our buddy Brandon at the entrance to the Bertrand Library! It is a work of silkscreen on glass, by Joseph Kosuth, called Wittgenstein... Read More

Gallery Engagement Team Presents Frequency – Nov. 13

On November 13th from 6-8pm, the Gallery Engagement Team presents Frequency. In connection to R. Luke DuBois’ current exhibit at the Samek Museum, Portraits and Landscapes, G.E.T.’s biannual gala will celebrate the show, which is on display until December 6th. Students will engage with DuBois’ artistic methodology, as it heavily relies on technology. Before the gala, students were sent a survey, asking them what three words they would use to... Read More

R. Luke DuBois: Artist Talk – Oct. 7

R. Luke DuBois, Vertical Music (for twelve musicians filmed at high speed) [still], 2012. Courtesy bitforms gallery inc.October 7, 7pm Center Room, 2nd Floor Elaine Langone Center DuBois sits down with Bucknell Professor of Humanities Katherine Faull to discuss the process of turning data into art. Join us after the talk in the Samek for a reception. — About R. Luke DuBois 1975, United States Lives and works in New York R. Luke DuBois is a... Read More

R. Luke DuBois: Portraits and Landscapes

August 18 – December 6, 2015 Samek Gallery, 3rd Floor Elaine Langone Center R. Luke DuBois, A More Perfect Union [detail], 2011. Image courtesy of bitforms gallery inc. R. Luke DuBois handles data like origami, transforming a mundane instrumental base material into something unexpected, even beautiful. A More Perfect Union transforms the language from 19 million online dating profiles into an atlas of American love, and Hindsight is Always 20/20... Read More

Gallery Locations

The Samek Gallery
3rd Floor, Elaine Langone Center
Bucknell University

The Downtown Gallery
416 Market Street
Lewisburg, PA 17837