Please join us for the closing reception of Roberto Gómez: What Happens When Nothing Happens and Mia Feuer: Mesh.
Roberto Gòmez: What Happens When Nothing Happens
For his first public solo exhibition, Gómez has crisscrossed Locust Projects’ main space with clothesline, on which he has hung a series of cloth-like objects made from layers of latex paint. Gómez blurs the boundary between painting and sculpture, emphasizing the physicality and materiality of paint by utilizing it as a three-dimensional element. He plays with the audience’s expectations by presenting objects made of paint “masquerading” as cloth, in a configuration more often encountered outdoors than in.
Mia Feuer: Mesh
Mesh spans three geographical sites — Miami and the Gulf Coast, Calgary, and the Arctic Circle. Working with a 3D scanner for the first time, Feuer has created a sculpture and sound installation that explores how these three places are interconnected and enmeshed.