‘Moving Vision’ Exhibition of Op and Kinetic Art To Feature Doctors, Scientists in Virtual Programs


Maria E. Lim, MD – ‘Moving Vision’ Exhibition of Op and Kinetic Art
To Feature Doctors, Scientists in Virtual Programs

 

A new exhibition opening at Oklahoma City Museum of Art on Feb. 20, “Moving Vision: Op and Kinetic Art from the Sixties and Seventies,” features movement – both real and perceived.

“Unique to this exhibition will be programming featuring not just artists and history scholars but also physicians and scientists,” said Bryon Chambers, OKCMOA head of programming and partnerships. “We are thrilled to welcome ophthalmologist Dr. Maria Lim for a virtual presentation, ‘The Science of Seeing.’ Attendees can explore the physiology of the eye, learn how we see and study visual processing in the brain while considering the art on view.”

 

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