Photos from Baltimore photographer Devin Allen
“the rise of the woman = the rise of the nation”
people at the art show were telling me I should draw some more birch trees
continues thru Mar 30:
Genesis Belanger, Brent Everett Dickinson,
Andrew Ross, Katie Torn, Heeseop Yoon
OUTLET gallery, 253 Wilson Ave., Brooklyn, NYC
The most literal nod to the trompe l’oeil character of still life on view at OUTLET gallery is the painstakingly hand-built arrangement of meticulously painted porcelain flowers titled Phase Change, by Genesis Belanger. A multimedia installation by Brent Everett Dickinson explores ideas of time and mortality by synthesizing signature visual and textual elements, such as stock landscape wallpaper, fake rocks, sound and drawing-paintings. Andrew Ross’s custom-built frames and sculptural objects examine the objects and methods of daily life translated through theoretical constructs. Katie Torn’s virtual totemic sculptures are assemblages of physical structures comprised of throwaway objects: old plastic toys, defunct technology, plastic containers and simulated objects found on the Internet. The dense and kinetic wall tapestries of Heeseop Yoon are inspired by the memory and perception of cluttered spaces.
photos of butterfly and moth wings taken by linden gledhil at seven to ten times life size.
“evolution is written on the wings of butterflies” - charles darwin
Image from the Go Away Closer exhibition, at the Hayward Gallery
Wildflowers with poppy. Nadezda Fava tattoo design.
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