Peripheral Prose: Jessica Dickinson, Nathan Dilworth, and Max Warsh
The technique of collage is an old, avant-garde standard to visualize the shifty, changeability of modern life. Peripheral Prose at Longhouse Projects, a group show organized by Keith J. Varadi, brings together three artists (Jessica Dickinson, Nathan Dilworth, and Max Warsh) who reject rigid medium specificity in favor of image mash-ups and delicate abstractions. In Dilworth and Warsh’s work, the pattern of a zebra’s skin and the layout of urban architecture are given a loving, visual remix. And Dickinson’s colored pencil, pastel, and graphite drawings on paper, the accumulation of layered time and energy, provide the perfect minimalist counterpoint.
Peripheral Prose is on view until August 16, 2013
Gallery hours are: Tuesday to Saturday, 10AM – 6PM
Installation view of Nathan Dilworth, Untitled, 2013, Inkjet Print on Vinyl, 71 x 55 inches, and Untitled, 2013, oil on wood, 12 ½ x 13 ½ inches. Courtesy of the artist and Longhouse Projects, New York.