According to artist Igor Ballyhoo, Cyber Orthodox makes a deep statement about self and orthodoxy (or something to this effect). I thought it was a great art exhibit, with gorgeous forms from the Russian Orthodox Church and Czarist Russia-- such as the Imperial Eagle shown below- superimposed in a cyber industrial setting. I especially like the way the art animates and moves, and interacts with each other which you can see in the animated GIFs below. This is a gorgeous art exhibit that is worth exploring and well worth a visit.
Cyber Orthodox can be visited through May 2014 at the following location:
To see more photography and learn more about Cyber Orthox:
Linden Endowment for the Arts Web Site:
Inara Pey's Blog: