• Ann Lislegaard, The Flower for Weena

     

    Fictive Universe

    SPRING/BREAK Art Show
    Room 2317
    2/28 to 3/6 2017

    Lorenzo De Los Angeles
    Heidi Lau
    Ann Lislegaard
    Jeremy Olson
    Max Razdow & Jamie Zigelbaum

    This exhibition aims to use science fiction as a launching ground for investigations of the ineffable. The sculptures of Heidi Lau have been described as modes of being and growth formations that allow for survival but on a marvelously fragile basis, and Lorenzo De Los Angeles’ drawings likewise use a mechanism of layering lines and symbol to envision a tenuous possibility of being. Jeremy Olson’s paintings and miniature sculptures develop a halting future space which is a portal into the tactility of self and the unknowable. Max Razdow and Jamie Zigelbaum’s collaborative science fiction novella “I We” dissolves individuation and uses the future as a metaphor for the lushness of potential incarnate experience. Ann Lislegaard’s sculpture “The Flower From Weena,” depicting a future artifact out of H.G. Wells’ The Time Machine, presents the stretch of future-vision in a singular concrete form.


    The Veil of Dreams on SPRING/BREAK Art Fair (inventory for sale)


    Fictive Universe
    Jeremy Olson, Heidi Lau

    Fictive Universe
    Jeremy Olson, Heidi Lau, Max Razdow & Jamie Zigelbaum
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    Lorenzo De Los Angeles
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    Heidi Lau
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    Jeremy Olson
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    Jeremy Olson
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    Jeremy Olson
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    Ann Lislegaard