The No-Eyes Viewing Wall program at Brooklyn Zen Center is always open to discussion, looking at new things, meeting new people. If you would like more information about the No-Eyes Viewing Wall, please contact BZC sangha member Noah Fischer.
fischer.noah (at) gmail (dot) com
Noah Fischer is a Brooklyn-based artist originally from the San Francisco Bay area. Noah grew up at Tassajara and Green Gulch Farm. So Zen Buddhism had always been the backdrop to his life, while art was always his interest. Over time Noah has come to see the two as not separate.
Fischer is known for collaborative light and sound installations that have been shown in New York and internationally. After attending Rhode Island School of Design (BFA 1999) and Columbia University (MFA 2004) the artist received a Fulbright to the Netherlands to study 19th century painted panoramas. There he also began an ongoing collaboration with the Berlin-based theatre group andcompany&Co and together they have toured internationally. Fischer has also led projects in India and is currently teaching at Rhode Island School of Design.