Lily Hanson: "Trial Size"

When: Fri., Feb. 6, 6-9 p.m. and Feb. 7-March 6 2015

In her artist’s statement for “Trial Size,” Dallas-based Lily Hanson references “absurd objects” created by German-born sculptor Eva Hesse (1936-1970) as examples of works that “create a place of the imagination.” Not unlike Hesse’s curious “test pieces,” Hanson’s small-scale sculptures are presented as prototypes crafted from materials that “interact in ways that suggest relationships.” Curated by Margaret L. Honeytruffle and London Idyllwild James, “Trial Size” opens First Friday at Epitome Institute — “an atelier, think tank and cultural repository dedicated to aesthetic investigation.” By appoinment through March sixth.

Price: Free