Photo courtesy of Conduit Gallery

Conduit Gallery presents the opening of Still Life, an exhibition of new sculptural works by Santa Fe-based artist Ted Larsen.

Using salvage steel as a medium, the wall-mounted sculptural works in Still Life build relationships between each other and to the viewer are intended to begin a dialogue concerning: pattern recognition, formal aesthetic issues and organizational perception. Correlations between the works develop through similar palette, use of negative space and mathematical sequencing i.e. curvilinear works develop through radial geometry. These connections emerge to the viewer on an intuitive level. Human perception and visual communication, uniquely human attributes with which Larsen are most concerned, play out in the viewers experience of the installation: from seeing, one creates meaning which in turn leads to understanding.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through November 14.

Conduit Gallery presents the opening of Still Life, an exhibition of new sculptural works by Santa Fe-based artist Ted Larsen.

Using salvage steel as a medium, the wall-mounted sculptural works in Still Life build relationships between each other and to the viewer are intended to begin a dialogue concerning: pattern recognition, formal aesthetic issues and organizational perception. Correlations between the works develop through similar palette, use of negative space and mathematical sequencing i.e. curvilinear works develop through radial geometry. These connections emerge to the viewer on an intuitive level. Human perception and visual communication, uniquely human attributes with which Larsen are most concerned, play out in the viewers experience of the installation: from seeing, one creates meaning which in turn leads to understanding.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through November 14.

Conduit Gallery presents the opening of Still Life, an exhibition of new sculptural works by Santa Fe-based artist Ted Larsen.

Using salvage steel as a medium, the wall-mounted sculptural works in Still Life build relationships between each other and to the viewer are intended to begin a dialogue concerning: pattern recognition, formal aesthetic issues and organizational perception. Correlations between the works develop through similar palette, use of negative space and mathematical sequencing i.e. curvilinear works develop through radial geometry. These connections emerge to the viewer on an intuitive level. Human perception and visual communication, uniquely human attributes with which Larsen are most concerned, play out in the viewers experience of the installation: from seeing, one creates meaning which in turn leads to understanding.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through November 14.

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WHERE

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

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