ChimaTEK: Beta Launch, an installation of innovative projections by Saya Woolfalk, is on view now through August 9, 2015, at the Berkshire Museum, as part of the summer-long exhibition Immortal Present: Art and East Asia. Saya Woolfalk, a New York-based artist who was born in Japan, uses science fiction and fantasy to re-imagine the world in multiple dimensions. She uses video, photography, collage, animation, drawing, and other techniques to create the enigmatic, moving images made of light projected in vivid colors on the walls of the Museum’s Crane Room. Woolfalk’s vividly colored projections portray the Empathics, a fictional group of women that embody a transformative fictional company called ChimaTEK. “The Empathics blend racial and ethnic identities as they transform, taking on characteristics of humans and plants,” says Woolfalk. “Through their non-profit

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