Dolby Art Series Debuts During San Francisco Design Week

Installation view of the Dolby Art Series. All images courtesy Dolby Laboratories.

Dolby Laboratories is showcasing an installation of the works of 22 international artists and designers within the atrium lobby of its San Francisco headquarters. Debuting during SF Design Week 2017 on June 15, the Dolby Art Series provides an interpretation of the company’s iconic double-D logo and will be on view through July 15. The works will ultimately be installed across Dolby’s global network of offices and workplaces, providing a unique platform for artists to realize their projects.

Installing “Tempest 2” by Daniel Freytag and “Interference” by onformative in the Dolby Gallery. All images courtesy Dolby Laboratories.

Installation view of the Dolby Art Series in Dolby Gallery. All images courtesy Dolby Laboratories.

“Art can play an important role as a communication tool to inspire people to get excited about science,” said participating artist Branden Collins of Young Never Sleep Studio. “I admire Dolby’s dedication to the art community and passion for educating people about the value and beauty of science and technology.”

Installing the Dolby Art Series in Dolby Gallery. All images courtesy Dolby Laboratories.

Installation view of the Dolby Art Series. All images courtesy Dolby Laboratories.

Hailing from London, Thailand, Poland, Japan and the United States, participating artists and designers include Can Buyukberber, Rob Lowe / Supermundane, Sawdust, Volvox Labs, GMUNK, Gretel, Skip Hursh, Michael Paul Young, onformative, Dave McLeod, Logan, Sara Andreasson, Territory, Daniel Freytag, Eddie Opara / Pentagram, Field, Reza Ali, Young Never Sleep, Experimental Jetset, Motoi Shito, Man vs. Machine, and Mucho.

Installation view of triptych by Motoi Shito in Dolby’s San Francisco headquarters. All images courtesy Dolby Laboratories.

“Throughout our history, we’ve applied our innovations to help creative artists produce extraordinary experiences,” said Vince Voron, vice president and executive creative director at Dolby. “As was the case with the installations in our headquarters, we wanted art that can inspire our global employees and connote our passion for advancing the science of sight and sound through creativity, innovation and invention.”

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