April 17 – May 9
Stripped of color and devoid of distraction the works in this exhibition question fundamental constructs of art and society.
Chris Stone’s rude crude figures reference the first humans and suggest a suppressed violence underpins our day-to-day interactions. Meanwhile, Theodore Zanardelli takes mark-making to a whole new fetish, reducing formal structures of shape and line to their most elemental smudge.
Come plumb these origin myths and more at the opening reception Saturday, April 18, 7 – 9 p.m.