"The Hidden Nature of Things" is an attempt to see the re-merging of the human with the natural world and to gain a greater understanding of our place in the universe through the combining of spirituality and reason. Brooklyn-based conceptual painter Cair Crawford follows a narrative rather than representational path. Her paintings function as a meditative text, incorporating repetitive actions and tangential arcs to provide definition and form to the formless. Much like a musical score that provides instructions, while being open to interpretation, the nature of her stories are open for the viewer to superimpose their own personal narratives. Her materials are canvas, paint, tape, and fasteners. They are as ephemeral as the story she is telling.