55 Waterbury Street
September 14 - September 21, 2012
Reception: Friday, September 14, 6 - 9 PM
Erika Ceruzzi "traverses virtual and physical realities through multimedia practice, activating the luring features of moving image degradation and industrial texture”.
Zoë Field’s work examines the relationship between the obscure and the seductive. Using repeated images, Field creates surfaces that engage the “second skin” of the object. These “surfaces” function in creating both entity and void.
Alex Ito’s work focuses on the consumption of images and materials and their formation into subjective contexts and meanings. By juxtaposing images that occupy daily space with mystical ephemera, Ito hopes to invite the viewer into an exploration of one’s personal vernacular. Within these processes Ito finds a limitless space where combinations of a variety of signs converge to form notions that are ever fluctuating.
Peter Linden’s work zooms in on quiet moments of daily life, which provide a slowed down perspective that allows for the consideration of the unnoticed. With his work, Linden hopes to connect people to their own personal landscape in a way that spotlights the small worlds that exist in every corner of experience.