Lecture/Reception: Lexicons and Signifiers: A Thesis Exhibition by Meg Kaplan-Noach2017-02-27T18:10:22-05:00

Lexicons and Signifiers: A Thesis Exhibition by Meg Kaplan-Noach

Artist lecture and Closing Reception: Friday, Mar. 10th, 2017 at 7PM

Artist: Gonzalo Nuñez and Carlos Spartacus

Gonzalo Nuñez and Carlos Spartacus – Lexicons and Signifiers: A Thesis Exhibition by Meg Kaplan-Noach highlights drawing as a specific practice– from the varied perspectives of the two artists, the exhibition’s viewers, and the Curator. Individually Nuñez’s and Spartacus’ drawings portray intricate relationships and conditions, but they also are recordings of wide-ranging environments and emotions. Gonzalo’s are minimal and precise, and Carlos’ are loaded and expressive. This exhibition enthusiastically pairs their individual aesthetics by focusing on connections and tensions. In addition Nuñez and Spartacus collaborate on a series of site-specific Chance drawings installed within the attached Project Space. This exhibition includes an onging component that prompts a viewer-drawing component inviting visitors to make their own mini-responsive drawings which, are then also exhibited simultaneously on a dedicated gallery wall.

For more information on Carlos Sparticus click, here.

For more information on the curator Meg Kaplan-Noach click, here.

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