Saving Lions by Killing Them
In ‘Saving Lions by Killing Them’, Sammy Lee and Eriko Tsogo come together for a powerful examination on home, the freedom in leaving, and the consequences of time. . .
'Image Breaking' finds Mauro C. Martinez at a crossroads. Both relentless and tender, immersive and skeletal, the artist shares his early findings on myth, disruption, and being.
Not Much of A Writer, I Love You
Not Much Of A Writer, I Love You is an examination of alterity and the desire for meaning. Oscillating between playfulness and indifference, Sierra Montoya Barela’s new painted works are riddled with dark humor, diagrammatic forms, and icons of past and present.
Curated by Stephanie Edwards of Leto Projects, Semantic Shifts is a pop-up solo exhibition of artworks by Trevor Seymour. Semantic Shifts examines the relationship between our thoughts, associations, and connotations with words and images to create unique meaning.
Sad Magic is a deeply personal investigation into the dilemma of existence and meaning. Reconciling viscera and is-ness, Daniel Granitto's painted works seek to excavate the truth in both place and self. Vibrant palettes of color and classical mark making amplify the artworks transcendence of time and decay. These places feel like memories, dismantled and reconstructed over and over again; losing sight of reality, but never escaping it...
Crooked Timber confronts the relationship between human beings and the Earth; deconstructing the paradoxes between self and place. Brian Napier's sculptural works draw parallels between natural objects and societal growth. The making of these objects is a disruption of the natural processes which the work examines. And in this way, the exhibition space serves as an open casket to what once was; reflecting on death, time, and debris....