All That No One Sees is an exhibition of new drawings, photography, video and sculpture by Mexican artist Pancho Westendarp and is his second solo exhibition with the gallery. Westendarp's work seeks to analyze relationships between time, space, memory and movement.
Bits and Pieces features three artists, Pauline Galiana, Liz Jaff and Jim Osman, whose artwork consists of small parts composed together to create a larger whole. Through the repetition of similar units or the construction of site-specific elements Bits and Pieces is an exploration of form, space and materials.
Through the lens of 21st Century digital technology Louise Dudis explores the emotional and spiritual influence of landscape. Influenced by American Transcendentalism, Dudis questions our impact and relationship to the land and explores ideas about beauty, spirituality, philosophy and the act of seeing.
Through shifts in scale and substitutions of materials sculptor Noah Loesberg recontextualizes ubiquitous items from historical sources like early 20th century builder’s guides, Persian illuminated manuscripts, images downloaded from the Internet and our contemporary built environment that bring to our attention the pleasure of ornament and the beauty in the everyday.
In Methods for Breeding Urban Systems, his second exhibition with the gallery, Colin Keefe draws, in ink on paper, meticulously crafted plan and perspectival views of fictitious built environments constructed with design principles gathered from diverse sources such as the reproductive processes found in microbiology and astronomy, urban planning and architectural theory.