Friday, May 08, 2009

Tonight at iMOCA

[Image: Untitled No. 29, 2008, Chromogenic Print, 24" x 20".  Courtesy of the artist and Lee Marks Fine Art, Shelbyville.]

Jen Davis: New Photographs

Opening Reception for the artist TONIGHT from 6 to 9 pm.  FREE

Davis' self-portraits evaluate her self-image as an overweight female in her late 20s dealing with the pressures and expectations of the outside world, while her photographs of men create an intimacy with her subjects that she yearns for and does not have emotionally or physically.

In 48 Cubed - iMOCA's 48 Cubic Foot store-front exhibition space:

Holes on the Wall: New Installation by Lauren Zoll

Zoll's Holes On the Wall are made from deconstructing drywall.  She constructs the holes by cutting, kicking and tearing intuitively into the drywall, eventually gluing the holes onto paper and into a frame. While the act of hanging a hole on the wall could be seen as subversive, her intention is to renegotiate our often categorized and preconceived ideas of what we think things should be and should not be. 

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