Amalgam - Buffalo Art Movement
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Amalgam

March 12 - April 23

I think it's interesting to see a world that is very complex and how that can tell a story.

Influenced by science fiction and expressionism, Travis Keller takes us into a world where the confines of neon cells create a cityscape of serene chaos. While his cities glow with life, Keller’s palette explores the consequence of overpopulation and a disregard for the natural environment. The removal of figures and material objects force viewers to reflect on their place in Keller’s fictional world. By pushing dystopian terrains into realms of abstraction, feelings of isolation and claustrophobia reveal the pressures of existence throughout an infinitely interconnected landscape.

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