“The Right Amount of Wrong” Exhibition

Ise Cultural Foundation Gallery

poster for “The Right Amount of Wrong” Exhibition

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“Right” and “wrong” are subjective terms. Decided by cultural norms; actions, behaviors, even markings are regarded as “good or bad” according to these standards in their particular place and time. This exhibition focuses on work that balances on the edge of these descriptions. They combine questioning of ethical and cultural “norms” with a slightly disturbing edge while remaining aesthetically beautiful in their artistic renditions. They are the perfect blend, or “the right amount of wrong.”

Each of the artists and works in this exhibit use some form of a cultural identification with “wrong” and turns it into “right” through their aesthetic choices of material, action and form. Hints of recognizable references from bones and blood to x-rays and hands are transformed into whimsical sculptures, installations, paintings and drawings. The works suck you into their worlds of beauty within the realm of decay, injury and wit as each artist plays with your emotions in a world of discovery and intrigue.



from November 07, 2014 to December 19, 2014
Artist Talk: Saturday, November 22nd, 2-4pm

Opening Reception on 2014-11-07 from 18:00 to 20:00

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