Katika Marczell’s The Corporeal Abstract at EEL Gallery.

November 21, 2011 § Leave a comment

Katika Marczell‘s first solo exhibition the corporeal abstract incorporates the use of scans, video, and ink on paper, in an attempt to capture the immaterial. Through giving the incorporeal a solid form, Marczell tries to catch the faint whispers of phenomena that vanish just as quickly as they manifest. A minimalist exploration of the materiality of light, the deception of the reflected image, and the weight of being, the corporeal abstract encourages the viewer to contemplate the beauty in the realization of the intangible. « Read the rest of this entry »


October 19, 2011 § 1 Comment

re:encounter surveys the abyss of time’s passing and how the complete is never resolved. The group exhibition investigates impermanence through the potential found in revisiting finished ideas, in writing alternative narratives and in furnishing a place for the past. The temporality in each artist’s work underlines a need to mark the transitory or more importantly to mark one’s presence. We challenge perceptions of the past, allow viewers to influence and retell, play with the tension between deception and actuality, fiction and fact, and harness ghostly bodies that once existed, exist momentarily or never existed at all. « Read the rest of this entry »

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