DECEMBER 19TH- JANUARY 10TH 2015
OPENING RECEPTION FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19TH 7-10PM
falls is too weak a word to describe the action of light, and pours too raucous; light articulates, locates edges, unites and differentiates, drawing shape out of space. light creates and follows simultaneously by means at once precise and surprisingly difficult to replicate. in making this work, we attend to the action of light within space, mimicking its movements and following its absences to create new frameworks which are in turn filled and altered by light’s activities. we are fascinated by the ways physical objects affect both the form of light and our perceptions of space; how empty frames and windows produce screens without surface and edges fold a square of sunlight.
Andy Delany grew up in Carbondale, Colorado, studied math and sociology at Grinnell College in Iowa and now lives and works in Minneapolis, MN.
Lauren Flynn grew up in Annapolis, Maryland, studied art and math at Grinnell College in Iowa and now lives and works in Minneapolis, MN.