Dana Bell / Alasdair Duncan / Don Voisine
14 January - 3 March 2012
Opening Reception: January 14, 6 - 8 PM
The unity of the thing remains mysterious as long as one considers itsTheodore:Art is pleased to present the first exhibition in our new home in Bushwick: work by Dana Bell, Alasdair Duncan, and Don Voisine.
different qualities as so much data belonging to worlds entirely distinct
from sight, from smell, from touch, etc.
- Merleau Ponty
These three artists, while creating very different work, all touch on the possibilities of communicating ideas in a space outside of language. The familiarity of signifiers – form and gesture – is offered without the reliable connection of a signified or finite meaning. A viewer is confronted with evasive focus: unspoken directions, mute expressions, opaque progressions. The potential “unity of the thing” is proffered as a semblance of infinite suggestion.
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