Brooke Einbender is establishing new frontiers at the intersection of where art and technology meet, and their impact on human consciousness. Brooke’s art pushes the boundaries of creativity to bring new forms of awe, magic, and wonder into the world. Einbender’s work explores portals as vessels for connection. She combines physical and digital mediums, including painting, Virtual Reality, projection mapping, and installation, to create immersive experiences that transport her audience to different dimensions.
Brooke is inspired by sacred geometry, fractals, and color theory. When starting a work of art, she has no vision of what the finished piece should look like. Einbender never uses reference images; instead, she dives into a blank canvas and lets her intuition be the guide. Creating in this space, which Brooke calls "The Unknown Zone," naturally unveils the mysterious inner workings of her mind. Here, her art arrives at beautiful foreign destinations she never could have planned or dreamed of.
During the Covid-19 lockdown, Brooke began contemplating the deep isolation we experienced as a collective on a global scale. Personal transformations began happening to us all - behind closed doors. As a reaction to the times, Brooke began collecting reclaimed doors from her community in Telluride, CO. This spark ignited "The Unknown Zone," an immersive installation project, featuring reclaimed doors transformed into works of fine art that bridge both physical and digital realms.
Einbender graduated from Wake Forest University as a Presidential Scholar for Visual Arts. Her accomplishments spread far and wide from presenting her TEDx talk, titled "Life as Art: Opening Doors into the Unknown," collaborating with UCLA's Nelson Lab and Pison Technology on projects in Virtual Reality, speaking on 15+ panels about art + innovation, and exhibiting internationally and in the Metaverse.
Brooke recently exhibited her first large-scale public art installation in Telluride, CO, which featured 10 fine art doors installed in steel frames along a 2.5-mile nature trail. Einbender is now closing out the year with her Miami Art Week debut at Arlo Wynwood, as well as partnering with Auberge Resorts to create a nightly immersive projection mapping experience on Telluride's outdoor ice skating rink.
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