Please join IASAS at Building Bridges Art Exchange, Santa Monica, CA Synaesthesia: what is the taste of the color blue?


The International Association of Synaesthetes, Artists, and Scientists will sponsor two captivating art installations this Autumn in Los Angeles, California.

Building Bridges Art Exchange, a nonprofit gallery in Santa Monica California, will house a dynamic exposition of synesthesia-inspired visual and interactive art.  Synaesthesia: what is the taste of the color blue? is curated by Marisa Caichiolo in coordination with Victoria Vesna, director of the Art|Sci Center at UCLA. Special exhibitions organizer Daniel Schuster has assisted in the creation of this five week  display of synethetic creativity promises to enthrall both dedicated collectors and art enthusiasts alike. Please join us on September 23rd in Santa Monica California for our gala opening. 7PM to 10PM


Victoria Vesna, Ph.D., is an Artist and Professor at the UCLA Department of Design Media Arts and Director of the Art|Sci center at the School of the Arts and California Nanosystems Institute (CNSI). Her work involves long-term collaborations with composers, nano-scientists, neuroscientists, evolutionary biologists and she brings this experience to students.


Marisa Caichiolo explores diverse media that ranges from video art installation to painting and sculpture, She is one of the founders and curators of Building Bridges International Art Foundation in Los Angeles, USA. She has been an international curator and jury of various biennials and important prizes with the Ministries of Culture of Mexico, Chile, Argentina, USA, Qatar, and Sharjah.


Daniel Schuster is on staff with Building Bridges Art Exchange, a nonprofit international arts organization and gallery, located in Santa Monica, California. Building Bridges, located in the historic Bergamot Station gallery complex, has partnerships with major museums and arts organizations throughout the world. Daniel’s title is Special Exhibitions and Development. He produces unique projects and looks for new opportunities to create international partnerships for Building Bridges Art Exchange.