Please join me for an opening reception on Saturday, November 26th, from 5 - 7pm in the lobby of 1 Main Street in Brooklyn. We will be celebrating the large-scale installation, "Visual Heteroglossia: In Absentia", which is currently on view through January 13, 2017.
"Visual Heteroglossia: In Absentia" is a large-scale installation juxtaposing contrasting styles of pattern making: geometric patterns from jacquard woven textile, and intuitive orthographic architectural forms. Inspired by the multi-locational visual storytelling methods used in miniaturist and manuscript paintings, the installation allows multiple views to be included in a single plane. The result is a visual echo-location that transports the viewer to another way of seeing, asking the question "where do you place yourself?"