The exhibition features work by Cudelice Brazelton, Tom Butler, Sophie Grant, Shanti Grumbine, Robin Kang, Tina Kohlmann, Khánh H. Lê, Maria Liebana, Megan Mueller, Alisa Ochoa, Mary Tooley Parker, Sarah Von Puttkammer, Sarah Schneider, Millee Tibbs, M. Giovanni Valderas, Fiorella Gonzales Vigil, and Stephanie Woods.
The seventeen works in Impossible Geometries explore form through a focus on materiality. They come alive through the artists’ selection and handling of media and materials, demonstrating a playfulness that sometimes verges on a state of unravelling. Artists in the exhibition utilize traditional materials, like paint or paper, in unexpected ways or combine unexpected materials in ways that only become visible upon close examination. In both instances, the works in the exhibition are united by their urge to transform and rework materials into new objects that seem far from their original context or purpose. Together they exemplify a desire to create new experiences through recognized methods of production.