GROUP SHOW CURATED BY HARRISON HAYNES
January 21 – February 27
Closing reception, Friday February 25, 6-9pm
Harrison Haynes launches his first ever curatorial endeavor with a group of fellow artists who have created works that are, at once, flat and sculptural. Playful deception runs throughout the show as each work oscillates between thing and picture. Making sense of a trick of the eye can be maddening, but also fun. These works force a person to slow down perception and decide wether or not to trust what their brain is showing them.
“But it is precisely this quality of indecision,” Harrison says of the show, “connected to my ongoing, simultaneous discomfort with and dedication to the flat picture, which draws me to these works. And that, I believe, will be the catalyst for curiosity and conversation around them.”
The show includes: