Ex Ovo and Sweet Pass Sculpture Park present "Echo Stop" opening reception
"Echo Stop" is a moment of reflection, simultaneously a beginning and an ending, a vertex of collapse and expansion. Hosted by Sweet Pass Sculpture Park and Ex Ovo projects, they will present the multidisciplinary exhibition featuring the work of six artists working and studying in close proximity to one another: Nathalie Alfonso, Elizabeth Betzen, Ciara Elle Bryant, Leah Flook, Brandon McGahey, and Tino Ward.
The work in "Echo Stop" mines personal and cultural memory, historical narratives, and uncovers hidden traces embedded in objects and the environment. With divergent approaches, the artists in "Echo Stop" respond directly to the landscape and structures found across two art spaces, offering alternative narratives and restorative gestures through various materials, bodies, and images.
Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through March 8.