In Small Expansive Moments, the artists present ideas of repetition, self-discipline, the human condition and mortality. Christopher McNulty (Opelika, AL) creates drawings and sculptures using thousands of repetitive marks to represent his determined life expectancy. Thus, his work tackles the body’s vulnerabilities and society’s anxiety about the future. Lynx Nguyen (Morrow, GA) focuses on mark-making as a form of self-discipline. In ballpoint pen, he records thousands of tally marks layered on top of each other to pursue strength and discipline of the human body. Sarah Nguyen (Columbia, MO) uses stories of folklore to aid the viewer in revealing the senses and investigating the human condition. Her hand-cut fiber panels explores the use of light and shadow to elicit stories reminiscent of ancient ancestors.
Exhibit open through March 25th