On View September 27 – November 9, 2019
Opening Reception: Friday, September 27, 6:00-8:00pm
Heidi Jensen, Drawing
Through large scale drawings, Heidi Jensen animates a series of traditionally feminine objects, tools, and adornments. Each vibrant object, many of which originate from the 18th century, highlights the passage of time and the notion of gendered objects.
Kelsey Dillow, Photography
Using the 19th century photography printing process, gum bichromate, Kelsey Dillow uses objects and organic materials such as herbs, blood, earth, and ash to examine the notions of and intersections between faith, ritual, symbol, and belief.
Christopher Houston, Collage
In his torn paper artworks, Christopher Houston draws parallels between marks made by natural elements, such as bodies of water, and those made by the artist’s hand.