Painting and the act of looking, connects us with the past. As we collect and curate images and visual information, we can compress history, weighing our ideas and ideologies against each other.
The images we create are our records and will reveal to future generations the facets and sensibilities of this time in history. The images will exist well beyond the time and place that they are taken from, forever gathering new insights, helping to create dialogue in the present tense.
Exhibit runs until Nov. 13.