11.15.19 - 1.17.20
Engaged with a burgeoning world of surveillance cameras, drones, social media, smart phones, and facial recognition software, Margeaux Walter’s “Believe Me” — titled after a phrase frequently deployed by Trump — documents staged, site-specific installations in the environment. Resembling Google Earth images, Walter’s aerial-perspective works toe the line between what is real and what is constructed and sensationalized, echoing a similar dissonance found in our current political and social climate.
1.24.20 - 2.28.20
Somewhere Else explores a yearning for a home or a sense of place that one cannot return to, no longer exists, or maybe never was. In this new series from Jane Szabo, hand-constructed homes are covered in a wide array of maps and photographed in natural settings and within architectural interiors. The maps that surface these homes do not reflect the location of the image, but are instead evocative of locations once explored or longed for, as well as the literal and spiritual journey of life itself. Both dream state and inner search, the series takes the artist and the viewer on a provocative path of escape and wonder.
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