The past 20 months have given us time and desire to examine our private spaces, reorganize, declutter, clutter, and declutter again. The walls that surround us became the vistas we peered at every day. In some ways, our familiar items became catalysts for creativity, and in other ways, they inspired big changes. This exhibition seeks to explore the interior as both subject and muse. Artists capture their surroundings in various ways – how does the space we inhabit inspire us.
Some works in this exhibition present the artists’ space lovingly constructed. Others are an expression of solitude, be that lonely or triumphant. Still others analyze the activities we perform when faced with isolation – the tiny detailed
template for a color print, or the painstaking act of painting a human face in order to then photograph it.
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