Behind These Strange Sensations are Hidden Structures
There's a humming but no apparent source. And there's something right there yet it's hard to say what.
Behind These Strange Sensations are Hidden Structures traces tangled lines through city streets and cyberspace, meditating on power, affect, intention, and reason. In this exhibition, large sculptures and assemblages made of building materials, found objects, video sequences, and printed image works layer meaning and material to consider the spatial consequences of power and ideology while tending to the virtual entanglements that drive us.
Exhibition essay by Chelsea Ronzansky can be found here.
Cement All®, Proflex dryer duct, Infiti emblem, blue electrical cables, Home Depot Bucket, Norcent TV Monitor, Yellow extension cords
Underlying Principal: stage 2
Corner beads, vent, inkjet t-shirt transfers, temporary tattoos, tiles, latex gloves dipped in bioplastic, scrap metal
the city bleeds either way
rusted metal lawn chair, spackling paste, temporary tattoos, curtain rod, corner beads, iPads
Underlying Principal: stage 3
Corner beads, vent, inkjet t-shirt transfers,
temporary tattoos, tiles, latex gloves dipped in bioplastic,
electronic air cleaner cel
find yourself somewhere
vinyl banner, bungee cord, sneaker, dirt, brick
It Takes 3
Cement All®, Proflex dryer duct, deflated bike tire, unidentified metal brackets, flexible metal conduct, canvas work glove
Inkjet T-shirt transfer, flexible vinyl ducting, utility bracket
Documentation by Natalie Logan