Interactive art opens in downtown gallery

Feb. 8, 2019

Interactive sculptures will fill the Ipso Gallery at Fresh Produce starting tonight.

Artists Amy Fill and Jeff Ballard produced the show called Manualtronic. It includes intricate papier-mache mandala-like wheels suspended from the ceiling, rejigged paper shredders and a typewriter.

Fill and Ballard’s works reference motion/control and creation/destruction. The opening reception is from 6 to 8 tonight.

The gallery is located within the marketing firm Fresh Produce at 400 N. Main Ave.

Fill is a Vermillion-based artist serving as interim director of the John A. Day Gallery at the University of South Dakota. Ballard is a Sioux Falls artist, teaching and working at University of Sioux Falls and Dakota State University.

The exhibit will run until March 29.

Ipso Gallery has presented more than 40 shows since 2009.

Interactive art opens in downtown gallery

Interactive sculptures will fill the Ipso Gallery at Fresh Produce starting tonight.

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