Point of Intersection - Buffalo Art Movement
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Point of Intersection

January 5th-26th

Point of intersection questions social influences by imposing personal narratives of the human experience on the inanimate. Interjecting concepts like religion, information, humor, tradition and social status into scenes of dismembered unused mannequins. 

 

Interested in a trained subconscious moment of gesture, Christian Kent relies on concise intuition to technically refine subconscious visual information into illusory compositions. Embracing disproportion these works depict organic intersecting forms of transparency accomplished by contrasting glazing and painting techniques. This body of work is a curious study of if consciousness is unquantifiable. 

 

Through whimsical compositions, energetic movement and titillating color these works communicate a narrative critical of technology, questioning the criteria of humanity in lieu of biology. 





 

 

INTIMATE GALLERY OPENING RECEPTION: SHERRY ARNDT AND NICK BONVISSUTO
FRIDAY, APRIL 5TH,
5:00-10:00 PM

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