Screenbathing by Adam Tinkle Opens January 20th

“Screenbathing,” digital image 2021. Adam Tinkle.

TROY — Tinkle’s exhibition Screenbathing will open in the Arts Center’s black box theater and foyer gallery on January 20th.

The exhibition Screenbathing will install a forest of screens and screen-bodies from January 20th-February 12th to invite contemplation of the lives we lead on and off screens, and of the light and color that screens cast upon our lives. Adam Tinkle’s work asks us to imagine our screens as sources of energy and light–elemental forces which might prove helpful and healthful, or not.

There will be an opening reception on January 20th from 6-8 p.m. to celebrate the show with a collective A/V bath and screen-taming ritual, followed by an informal gallery talk and a conversation about screenlife, screenlight, and the demands that new technologies place on our speculative and spiritual faculties. The space will be activated periodically throughout the exhibition with performances and informal public programming.

Adam Tinkle will also offer the opportunity to explore and perhaps alter your relationship to screenlight through a one-on-one, artist-guided experimental session available by appointment on selected Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays throughout the exhibition. Please go to to reserve a time slot.


The Arts Center of the Capital Region, on Monument Square in downtown Troy, is a 36,000 square foot fully-accessible studio, exhibition, and performing arts space. The Arts Center offers classes, exhibits, and programs serving 48,000 people a year drawn from an 11-county region surrounding Troy. The Arts Center is proud to serve as a regional arts center, known for its wide range of high-quality classes for adults and children, arts camps for children and teens, highly acclaimed exhibitions, funding, and technical support for arts organizations and artists.

Gallery Hours:

Monday: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m., Tuesday - Thursday: 10 a.m. – 7 p.m., Friday: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., Saturday: 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

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