This painting is from a body of work that explores how we connect and hold on to our life experiences.
Memory is transient. Our recollections occur in fragments that arrive as flashes detached from time. “Memory Networks” is a project that investigates linking and preserving them in a beautiful abstract figurative web-like forms to hold them together. Made with aluminum based paint the shinny globules and lines make for stunning examples of how we can hold on to our thoughts and experiences.
Presented by Carole A. Feuerman Foundation at Mana Contemporary in “Mixing Medias”.
Opening December 12th at 3:00 P.M. through January 31, 2016
888 Newark Avenue, Room 456, Jersey City, NJ.