Barry Whistler Gallery presents Kristen Cochran: "Chroma Soma - Photographs & Sculpture" opening reception
Barry Whistler Gallery will present the work of Kristen Cochran in the exhibit, "Chroma Soma: Photographs & Sculpture."
Cochran’s recent work explores the pleasures, absurdities, and banalities of labor and the symbolic implications of human laboring be it physical, mental, emotional, or spiritual. Her transdisciplinary work shape shifts in the forms of sculpture, prints, video, and installation. It is often comprised of quotidian materials such as bread, clay, clothing, shirt pockets, and copper plumbing materials used as they relate to the gestures, needs, and aspirations of human beings at work. The work often weaves together social tapestries constructed from the seams of deconstructed or flayed work gear.
Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through October 12.