future shows

March 12 - April 11, 2015

"Motion, Memory", Gary Duehr, Jennifer Liston Munson, David Palmquist

"Motion, Memory" presents the work of three artists whose work is a hybrid of photography combined with painting or printmaking. Although photography's origin is that of  freezing motion (and time) as a way of preserving memeory, each of these artists explores how photography, when altered or extended, can allow motion to partially wipe away the memory of a place or event. They all owe a debt to Einstein's notion that time only occors when change happens; if nothing changes, time does not pass. These three artists try to catch the moment of transition between stillness and action.


Opening reception, Sunday, March 15, 3-5pm


images: left - Gary Duehr, "Chicago El" (detail), pigemt print on mylar, 25"x40", 2014, Jennifer Liston Munson, "Untitled (CUBA #29)" (detail), pigment print, oil, resin, wood, 16"x42", 2015, David Palmquist, "Michigan Motel" (detail), oil on canvas, 24"x48", 2014

right: Gary Duehr, Erasure 4, 18"x24", pigment ink on Pronto plate, 2013, Jennifer Liston Munson, Mexico City Overpass, 2014, 86"x42", c-print on plexi, oil on plaster, David Palmquist, "Little White Houses 3, 24"x36", oil on canvas, 2010