Two artists who use light and shadow as primary materials meet in midair in this two-person show. Clark draws inspiration from Robert Fludd’s 17th century masterwork Utriusque Cosmi in a series of layered holographic sculptures, while Rosenberger evokes the densely detailed abstractions of Middle Eastern art in laser cut acrylic sculptures and mixed-media drawings. Both will utilize suspended space in the gallery’s atrium for a show that explores personal identity through distortions of light and space.
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