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Eric Valosin is a New Jersey based new media artist and educator. His work is a contemplation of the techno-sublime; an unknowing of the ancient unknowable, thrust into the twenty-first century. Using light and projection along with drawing, painting, and interactive new media, his drawings and installations explore the potential of mystical experience since postmodernism, in a globalized world whose space is more often cyber than sacred, and whose worldviews have begun to transcend conventional transcendence. Straddling the realms of traditional mysticism and relational phenomenology, he aims to challenge perceptual expectations, upend conventional cosmologies, and bring the viewer into a new, theological awareness of self in relation to space and to each other.

Valosin holds an M.F.A. from Montclair State University and a B.A. in Studio Art from Drew University. He has taught as an adjunct professor in both the art and communications departments at Saint Elizabeth University (NJ), and has served as a contributing editor for the NJ art blog Not What It Is. His work has been exhibited widely throughout the greater New York area and internationally, including The Attleboro Arts Museum (MA), Magnan Metz Gallery (NYC), Gallery Aferro (NJ), Howard Gardens Gallery (Wales, UK), Seton Hall University’s Walsh Gallery (NJ), FUSE Art Infrastructures (PA), The Newark Museum of Art (NJ), Chashama (NYC), and The Visual Art Center of New Jersey.