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The Railyard District Welcomes Digital Art Vault


Art Vault,our new exhibition space at 540 South Guadalupe Street, opened April 30 with two exhibitions featuring digital and media artworks including video sculpture, computer art, generative artwork, and video installation.







Bill Viola, Catherine’s Room (detail), 2001. Five-channel SD digital video (color, sound) on five monitors. © Bill Viola, collection of the Carl & Marilynn Thoma Foundation.


Welcome to Art Vault! The Carl & Marilynn Thoma Foundation is proud to announce the opening of a new 3,500 square-foot space for experiencing contemporary art in the Santa Fe Railyard Arts District. Art Vault is dedicated to sharing the Foundation’s collection of digital, electronic, virtual, and new media artworks. There is no admission fee, and school and group tours are available by appointment.


Featured exhibitions will include emerging and mid-career artists alongside internationally renowned pioneers of video sculpture, self-taught computer artists, and influential digital time-based media artists. Large-scale digital and video installations invite viewers to broaden their understanding of technology with innovative perspectives on the human experience.


Debut exhibitions Networked Nature and Saint Somebody on view through April 2022.

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