Kellie Cannon and John Matlack
Kellie Cannon and John Matlack explore technology's impact on nature from two varied perspectives. For Cannon, a combination of cloth, stitching, and a limited color palette build depth and structure on the surface of her grids, which imitate you'll find on maps. The stitching is used to emulate the movement of roads, railroads, and boundaries. Matlack's multi-layered oil paintings, drawings, and prints explore aerial perspectives, functioning to mimicking an Internet map of the world's landscape. Thu-Sun, times vary.
Date: Oct 25, 2012 12:00 pm - Nov 18, 2012 4:00 pm
Venue: Spark Gallery
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