Fawn Krieger explores ideas of materiality, civics, and the illimitable through sculpture, drawing, and performance. Arriving at the convergence of environment and intuition, her work appears as a means of understanding how the universe works through its physicality, social interaction, and their metaphysical implications.
In Alejandro Almanza Pereda’s work, there is an attraction to the object that soon turns to awareness of its impact as a system within its physical environment. This scene portrays a counterbalance of trepidation, beauty, stress, and joy. But it’s his intuition towards physics and aesthetics that keeps the viewer lingering.
Listening to What the Objects Want
To understand Horvat’s work is to enter the kinesthetic sphere— a tactile world where one becomes aware of the body’s movement and the placement of objects in relationship to the spaces they inhabit. Here, the visual and physical become merged.
Mary Simpson’s work bridges abstraction with ideas relating to the ancient world and its mysteries. Here is a look into her work delving into nature, poetry, the feminine and the ancient mysteries of the temple of Eleusis.
The Observer Effect:
Lucidity and Legibility in Image and Object—
Ethan Greenbaum's work transforms imagery of the urban environment into uncanny, jarring, and visually alluring objects that are equally 2D and sculptural. His work also presents a condition where the viewer's perspective has an effect on what it seen.
Exploring Memory, Forms and Talismans
Over the years, Nicola Ginzel’s work has often appeared at an intimate scale. Made with what seem to be highly personal, collected items that are transformed through concise yet mysterious embellishments, her pieces reflect a heightened sensibility towards material manufacture and intuitive action. Through her work, the viewer might for example encounter small fragments of commercial packaging that have been threaded by hand with needle, only to see them turned “inside out”, showing their converse, hidden processes...