What Two Hands Can Do
Digital Art Exhibition
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The Gallery by MUI is a visual design agency and creative hub. Specializing in design and marketing services developing stories and messaging through visual mediums, we strive to create consistency and harmony to amplify your ideas. As visual storytellers, our goal is to transform any concept into a visual narrative.
Arts & Culture
We are a platform that highlights and amplifies the artistic endeavors of others with the intention to educate, entertain, and inspire. In an effort to encourage creative output and contribute to the field we love, we collaborate with artists, writers, and photographers from around the world through virtual public exhibitions. Please be sure to subscribe to our newsletter to be notified of upcoming exhibits. If you would like to collaborate or contribute to our quarterly zine FLORA, please contact us.
the little stories
The Gallery by MUI presented our first Open Art Call virtual exhibition, the little stories we tell ourselves. This exhibition featured the work of over 40 artists, presenting nearly 45 works, including video and multimedia, and representing 17 countries.
We define the little stories we tell ourselves as the realities we construct to comprehend life and create our identity. It can be understood, misunderstood, isolating or intimate. This call gathered digital artworks, pictures, videos, etc. that represented the multifaceted worlds we create.
The 3 Sunsets
The 3 Sunsets explores the transition between day and night, with a large focus on dusk and sunset. This exhibit began as an experiment in understanding depth and light, and how these elements influence emotion. As we began to incorporate elements of structure and openness through cityscapes and windows, it all came together to tell the story of the transition between day and night. This exhibit is beautifully woven together by the short story, Behind the Yellow Line. Instead of titling the individual pieces, we decided to use excerpts of the story to enhance the experience and give the viewer an opportunity to imagine themselves in the world created in The 3 Sunsets.