Tech-Inspired Art Exhibit Opens At Norwalk's Maritime Garage Gallery

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"Play The Dot Gam" by Lewis Cohen is part of the is part of the "Thingamabob" exhibit at Maritime Garage Gallery in Norwalk. Photo Credit: Contributed

NORWALK, Conn. -- Machines, gadgets, all things technology inspire the artwork at a new exhibit at the Maritime Garage Gallery titled "Thingamabob" that will run from Wednesday through April 25.

“Thingamabob” features art that is in the eye of the mechanically inclined and in a group show of artists, including John Jackson of Jefferson, N.Y; Tom Hlas of Norfolk; Lewis Schaffer from Ridgefield; Deborah Rauh from Westport; and Sara Roche from Weston.

A free opening reception will be held on Wednesday from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. 

“Loosely based on the concepts of Rube Goldberg, the 'Thingamabob' is a metaphor for the creative process and how artists feed one method into another when creating works of art," Maritime Garage Gallery Curator Sooo-Z Mastropietro said in a statement. "Some of the featured works in the exhibit highlight individual elements while others feature multiple systems.”

The Maritime Garage Gallery is at 11 North Water St. in Norwalk. 

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