Contributed by Mara Baldwin on 03/26/2013
First Person, Twice Removed:
The practices of Claire Lesemann, Jessica Warner, and Melissa Zarem negotiate the experience of their environments using abstraction to mediate between real and imagined life. All use observation in their practice but do not render from it dutifully, straying from the fold of realism with phenomenological intention. Iterated from individual perception, but employed with imagination, thought, emotion, intuition, and desire, the works in this exhibition invite a rich and varied discourse and an array of interpretation.
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