“MANIFESTATION & AMBIGUITY”
“MANIFESTATION & AMBIGUITY” features works by artists that examine and call into question the formation and perception of identity, of how we view ourselves and others.
Artist Reception: Friday, April 3, 6-8pm
The exhibition runs March 20 through May 1, 2015 | Gallery hours: Wed – Sat, 12-5 and by appointment
Curated by Anne Novado of CAPPUCCILLI FINE ART, LLC
Marna Bell‘s black & white cinemactic series, “Imperfect Memories”, exists as reclaimed visions of past experiences from her childhood amnesia. Lacey McKinney’s indisctinct, “I Am You/Dissolution Paintings”, suggest that time acts in opposition to the idea of a fixed or absolute self, while Juan Perdiguero‘s, “Loop” series utilizes large scale drawings of chimpanzees to represent humanistic concepts.
This exhibition encourages the viewer to engage the work beyond the formal pictorial response.
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