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Photo courtesy of Loring Taoka

Galleri Urbane will present Loring Taoka’s third solo exhibition, "I'm Going Hunting." Taoka’s paintings are grounded in ideas of the known and the unknown. Using geometry as a point of departure, he disfigures these universal principles to analyze how information can convey multiple and/or opposing meanings.

Through this process he highlights how one’s own conclusions to deem something as real or fake, true or false, are formed through our own relative experience of the world and the information we are fed. Ultimately the judgements that are drawn, however true they may be, are linked to processes of forging a fixed identity. By blurring the edges surrounding matter-of-fact subjects, Taoka works to abstract these notions of truth and authenticity.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through December 29.

Galleri Urbane will present Loring Taoka’s third solo exhibition, "I'm Going Hunting." Taoka’s paintings are grounded in ideas of the known and the unknown. Using geometry as a point of departure, he disfigures these universal principles to analyze how information can convey multiple and/or opposing meanings.

Through this process he highlights how one’s own conclusions to deem something as real or fake, true or false, are formed through our own relative experience of the world and the information we are fed. Ultimately the judgements that are drawn, however true they may be, are linked to processes of forging a fixed identity. By blurring the edges surrounding matter-of-fact subjects, Taoka works to abstract these notions of truth and authenticity.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through December 29.

Galleri Urbane will present Loring Taoka’s third solo exhibition, "I'm Going Hunting." Taoka’s paintings are grounded in ideas of the known and the unknown. Using geometry as a point of departure, he disfigures these universal principles to analyze how information can convey multiple and/or opposing meanings.

Through this process he highlights how one’s own conclusions to deem something as real or fake, true or false, are formed through our own relative experience of the world and the information we are fed. Ultimately the judgements that are drawn, however true they may be, are linked to processes of forging a fixed identity. By blurring the edges surrounding matter-of-fact subjects, Taoka works to abstract these notions of truth and authenticity.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through December 29.

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Galleri Urbane
2277 Monitor St.
Dallas, TX 75207
http://www.galleriurbane.com/

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Admission is free.
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