Gina Gibson, a multimedia artist and professor at Black Hills State University, has spent a year as the Sanford Underground Research Facility’s first-ever Artist-in-Residence (AiR). In that time, Gibson has had the opportunity to explore SURF from above and below the surface. Rides on the cage, journeys through drifts and a number of other experiences inspired a body of visual artwork that will be on display in two parts. In celebration of Neutrino Day, an online-only exhibition “SEEKING the UNSEEN” will be revealed for a short-term engagement, July 7-21 at www.SEEKINGtheUNSEEN.com. Part two of the exhibition will be face-to-face, date and time to be announced.
Sanford Lab Artist-in-Residence
Gina Gibson is a professor of digital communication at Black Hills State University (BHSU) in Spearfish, South Dakota. In summer 2019, Gibson, a multimedia artist, became the first-ever Sanford Underground Research Facility Artist-in-Residence.