Intervals by Megan Vossler
Opening Reception Saturday July 24th, from 6-9PM
Exhibition Runs: July 24 – September 3, 2021
The title Intervals is derived from all of its various meanings: an intervening time or space; a pause in activity; a space between two things; a gap. Megan Vossler’s work in Intervals bridges the span between pre- and late-pandemic life, and explores this uncertain time through three different subjects: water, the sky, and everyday domestic objects.
For several years, Vossler has been investigating water as both a literal and metaphorical force: specifically, the swells and waves of oceans and large lakes. Invisible forces surround you in these massive bodies of water—from methodical tidal contractions to the most unpredictable, deadly undertow.
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