August 2020 (Campbell Art Park, Oklahoma City) — The Bright Golden Haze exhibition featuring Aqueous, Lewin’s interactive light installation, is open daily until 11pm, through October 19th. The sculpture is adjacent to the new downtown location of Oklahoma Contemporary Art Center and is drawing the community to play on the art day and night; bringing people together while maintaining safe social distancing outside. See Oklahoma Contemporary’s #ArtistSpotlight: Jen Lewin to find out more.
October 2020 (Gwangju, South Korea) —  The Pool, by Jen Lewin, will be joining the third stage of the Asia Culture Center’s Hall of Night Light exhibition, “Peace by Moonlight.” The event commemorates the 40th anniversary of the May 18 Democratic Uprising and is focused on investing in interactive nighttime attractions. All visitors are welcome to the cultural complex for the free exhibition, open daily from 7:30-11pm, and can reserve a time to attend on the Asia Culture Center website.
Debuted in 2008, The Pool has since traveled the globe many-times over and consistently brings a sense of joy and play to the community. Redefining how users engage with art and each other is what Lewin aims to achieve with the 100 glowing pads that dynamically respond to users’ interaction– creating art that is experienced, not just viewed. At the heart of the work is the idea that the audience is an integral part of the experience, one which is unique to the environment and fleeting movements of the user.
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Lewin’s technologically mediated artwork is not only visually and sonically engaging, but also connects the viewer to a dynamic embodied experience,”  Lisa Becker, art curator.
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“The Pool” by American artist Jen Lewin – literally invites the audience to touch the art. And not just to touch it, but stand on it, dance and jump on it. It is a very different experience from being in a museum, and both young and old will be enchanted by the light works,” Burcu Aldinç, editor, Daily Sabah.
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“From interactive sound and light sculptures that inspire people into play, to woven fiber video curtains that reflect movement, or giant, robotic, ethereal moths that dance based on human touch. Lewin’s ability to utilize technology as a medium is rare and unprecedented. She brings an organic, feminine quality to her electronic work that leaves viewers enchanted and surprised,” Lauren Mosenthal, interviewer, Inspiring People in Creative Spaces.
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Delighted people worldwide step, hop, and skip into a seemingly simply but technologically complex environment where they can individually or collectively create dazzling, luminous patterns. Light is enlisted and directed through chance choreography. One form of energy—human movement—is transformed into another. The pooling of spontaneous collaborative effort create infinite variations on a theme. Lewin’s work has been wildly successful beyond the site-specific conditions and demographics of the playa at Burning Man,” Peter Bejger, editor, The Burning Man Journal
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“Lewin’s thoughtful vision intersects with a new demand for public art – to be modern and engaging – and she has seized on the moment,” Diane Seo, contributor,  Ku’u Punahou.
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