Immersive art exhibition to host one-day event in Charleston

CONSUMPTION will showcase artists in multi-sensory show at Union Station.

 

By Deja Knight McMillan

 

Rueter and Wenke, along with Lori Denicola of Petaloso, will transform it into an incredible interactive experience featuring original art, surround sound, and live installation experiences for guests to explore their message of consumable consciousness.

 

Local Charleston ArtistsSam RueterandBri Wenkehave announced the date of their one-day-only, multi-sensory art exhibition, CONSUMPTION, happening on October 28th, 2021, from 6:00 - 10:00 p.m. The event will be held atUnion Stationand is free and open to the public. All attendees are asked toregister for time slots through Eventbrite.The venue is downtown at 652A King Street, Charleston, South Carolina, 29403.

 

Consumption by Sam Rueter and Bri Wenke.

 

CONSUMPTION will encapsulate Union Station's entire 2000-square-foot space with an immersive experience exploring the overindulgence and addictive culture of humans and how it affects the natural earth. Rueter and Wenke, along withLori Denicola of Petaloso,will transform it into an incredible interactive experience featuring original art, surround sound, and live installation experiences for guests to explore their message of consumable consciousness. The exhibition will feature never-before-seen work from Rueter and Wenke on display for one day only.

 

Original artwork, as well as prints, will be available for purchase. 

 

"We are curating every inch of this experience, from the guided walking to the soundscape,” explained Sam Rueter.  “We sought out the hands of the most talented and dedicated individuals of our local community to formulate the experience. Interact, play, take away, leave behind," he added.

 

Consumption by Sam Rueter and Bri Wenke.

 

Guests will explore the exhibition following proper Covid-19 protocols, and masks are encouraged. Original artwork, as well as prints, will be available for purchase.