When: Sat., Jan. 18, 6-9 p.m. 2020
A two-person exhibition of paintings by Brittany Ham and Elise Thompson. Both artists consider color and form as a reference to their interest in nostalgia, which can be both positive and painful. They investigate internal, abstract ideas concerning emotional connections to memory, which is often a mixed bag. Through their practices, they seek to make unseen notions viewable as external interpretations, which run the gambit of blip-like representational narratives to abstract, roving textures exposed and hidden through gesture. The formation of physical objects born out of a cerebral place situates the viewer in a voyeuristic position. This relationship provides them a window to nonlinear fragments of intimate, private moments and musings.