Glitter and Folds

February 6-March 31, 2013
Institute of Contemporary Art at the University of Pennsylvania

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Glitter and Folds presents photographic, video, and site-specific installation works by four contemporary artists, each of which occupy a paradoxical site of certainty and disintegration, in which the process of construction reveals a folding of invisible phenomena into material reality. As much as these actions divine the physical forces that structure the tangible fabric of everyday experience, they also reveal breaks in an urban and social landscape increasingly marked by precariousness, fear, and a gamble for redemption in the face of collapse.

This exhibition features works by Crystal Z. Campbell, Field Kallop, Jayson Keeling, and Carter Mull.

Exhibition Site
Glitter and Folds

Reviews
Review: Glitter and Folds
Diamond Dust Ellipses: Field Kallop Installing
with tomorrow’s sun: public program as glittering vortex
Modern Art Notes, Tyler Green