Friday, May. 5, 2017 – Sunday, Jun. 11, 2017
Cecily E. Horton Gallery
Marfacello (JefferJudd) is an examination of space and memory. To start, I made a comparison between Thomas Jefferson and Donald Judd. Specifically, I considered the house museums dedicated to preserving their history, Monticello and Marfa, TX. Each home is decorated with maps, tinkerings, and ideas that create an air of ingenuity around their historic tenant.
Using Jefferson and Judd (and Monticello and Marfa) as a trailhead, this body of work examines space and memory, history and landscape. I've designed my own tools, each for specific, if unintelligible task.
Using maps created by both Jefferson and Judd, I've created maps that absent of any legend, read as abstract paintings. Marfacello (JefferJudd) embraces the myopia of its namesakes. The work plays at inventiveness and ingenuity by proposing solutions to nonexistent problems.
HOURS & ADMISSION
Wednesday, Noon - 6:00 pm
Thursday, Noon - 8:00 pm
Friday, Noon - 6:00 pm
Saturday - Sunday, Noon - 5:00 pm
Closed Monday & Tuesday
Directions & Parking
- Free Parking
- Street Parking
- Parking is available in the lot behind the building at the corner of Rosedale and Travis. Street parking is available in the neighborhood behind the center. Please observe parking signs.
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