Terra Incognita presents the work of artists who are interested in connection between physical and psychological spaces, many through spacescapes, cityscapes, landscapes, and bodyscapes. Form and scale are cleverly manipulated to suggest connections between macro and micro, the individual and the collective, the specific and the universal. The work encourages us to consider our own limitations as individual and the possibility of transcendence through discovery, contemplation, and interconnection.
The show runs from January 29 through March 31, 2013.
Artists: Will Corwin, Susan D’Amato, Seth Fairweather, Gwen Hardie, Travis Head, Caitlin Masley, Laura Moriarty, Gina Occhiogrosso and Benedict Oddi
Organizer: Katrina Rhein
Reception: Sunday, February 3, from 2 to 4 p.m.
The New York Times reviewed the show on March 1:
What connects all the works in “Terra Incognita,” which include sculpture, drawings, paintings and a mixed-media piece by the artist Seth Fairweather, of Coral Gables, Fla., is that “what you’re seeing are these strange places that have familiar elements,” said Katrina Rhein, the gallery director and organizer of the show.
“The familiar is either so closely cropped or presented in such a unique way that it becomes unfamiliar,” Ms. Rhein said.