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September 2015

By rebuilding physical objects in cardboard or paper, Tomczyk creates an odd interaction for the viewer. Both surprise and awe at the craftsmanship but also an interesting conundrum of expectation and perception where the eyes are fooled by the simulacrum, at odds with what is

In ancient and possibly contemporary (displaced by technology) nomadic culture of unknown origins and undeterminable destinations, the human capacity of transposing existential bandwidth depended on the archival quality of its receptacle, natural tangibles then, intangible codes now. Gala Porras-Kim explores the epistemological capacity of artifacts

Sound travels far beyond the audible range, the known languages, signals, and noise lingering in vibrations of thoughts, memories, and experiences. Alan Nakagawa examines the biophysical properties of the unheard, the otherwise fortuitous instance overlooked with or without concurring vibrations. These symbiotic experiments are carried

The colorful manipulations of paint that Kroll presents mirror an exciting engagement with the intuitive, risk-taking process that he brings to the studio coupled with a refined sensibility that structurally engages order and chaos with organizing principles that place layer over layer to formulate emotional

Using the idea of primary but binary inter-relationships of symbiotic necessity, Kirkpatrick paints figurative landscape scenarios, which mutate into aspects of abstraction and back again. The dislocated, both metaphorically and physically, characters and locations suggest suburban angst and uncertainty in an allegory of identity. The