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The Mind's Eye

"This exhibit explores abstract, imagined and recollected spaces through the process of gathering and reconstructing. The artists presented here explore the changing interconnectedness between time and place, people and space, and the expression of these concepts through formalist concerns, such as line and shape. This interconnectedness provides perspective on who we are in relation to our personal histories and where we are within the context of the present. Reimagining a space allows us control to reinvent and repurpose meaning where we might not otherwise hold that power, and provides the adaptability to change our relationship to our environment as a way of understanding our way forward.

"[...] the often inexplicable narratives of Atticus Gordon are not reminiscent of a specific time but blend the notion of past and present in a way that suggests a fictional world that is somehow anchored in our reality. Working from collected images, archival imagery and personal photographs, Gordon constructs narratives that appear illogical but still connected to the human experience. Influenced by history and technology, he questions the role that imagination plays on our understanding of our existence and purpose."

— excerpt by Stephanie Germano, Curator

The Mind's Eye is on view at the OAG Annexe Gallery until October 30, 2022. Click here for details. 

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