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Photo by Jeff Gibbons

Conduit Gallery presents Clown Ambulance​, a solo exhibition of work by Dallas-based artist, Jeff Gibbons, his second at Conduit Gallery. With attenuated gestures and tenacious device, Clown Ambulance presents work that mirrors the intellectual forces that drive Gibbons’ studio practice.

Earthen materials such as clay and found objects are divorced of their practical usage and become part of a resonant feedback loop as Gibbons reaches into a spiritual world he himself acknowledges may not exist. Getting to, and encountering the possible fissures of existence become paramount and with that, each work, whether it be sculpture, painting or video is the precise moment of an existential teeter-totter.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through December 31.

Conduit Gallery presents Clown Ambulance​, a solo exhibition of work by Dallas-based artist, Jeff Gibbons, his second at Conduit Gallery. With attenuated gestures and tenacious device, Clown Ambulance presents work that mirrors the intellectual forces that drive Gibbons’ studio practice.

Earthen materials such as clay and found objects are divorced of their practical usage and become part of a resonant feedback loop as Gibbons reaches into a spiritual world he himself acknowledges may not exist. Getting to, and encountering the possible fissures of existence become paramount and with that, each work, whether it be sculpture, painting or video is the precise moment of an existential teeter-totter.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through December 31.

Conduit Gallery presents Clown Ambulance​, a solo exhibition of work by Dallas-based artist, Jeff Gibbons, his second at Conduit Gallery. With attenuated gestures and tenacious device, Clown Ambulance presents work that mirrors the intellectual forces that drive Gibbons’ studio practice.

Earthen materials such as clay and found objects are divorced of their practical usage and become part of a resonant feedback loop as Gibbons reaches into a spiritual world he himself acknowledges may not exist. Getting to, and encountering the possible fissures of existence become paramount and with that, each work, whether it be sculpture, painting or video is the precise moment of an existential teeter-totter.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through December 31.

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Conduit Gallery
1636 Hi Line Dr.
#C
Dallas, TX 75207
http://conduitgallery.com/

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