May 3 – June 9, 2013
Beverly Street Studio School Gallery
Friday, May 3 5:30-7:30 pm
Aposematic is hot off the press - the ink is still wet. It is made of laser cut, cold-rolled steel, oak, and an edition of thirteen, multiple-color, hand-printed lithographs. Each print is chopped up and reassembled into three-dimensional pyramids. The pyramids are then randomly tessellated across a narrow band covering 70% of the middle surface. The imagery is that of a highway with double yellow lines.
Aposematic joins an ongoing body of work searching the nature of patterns and their origin of direction, be it determined (in a mechanistic sense), free of any restraints or limited (a mix of free and determined).
22 west beverley street – staunton, va
gallery 540-886-0737 school 540-886-8636