Influenced by mathematics, the artists featured in “Equations” present works exploring geometry, mapping, statistics and strategies in logic. Moon Jung Jang translates Athens weather occurrences into color and shapes, and Kelly Kristin Jones overlays urban grids onto photographs of skies. Craig Dongoski’s drawings are collaborations between the artist and a chimpanzee, and Molly Rose Freeman’s drawings find inspiration in the incremental growth of biological forms. “Equations” is rounded out with meticulously detailed grid drawings by Andy Moon Wilson, paintings by Elizabeth Kleene, artwork by Cal Clements, a collage by Eric Mack and a large work by Rusty Wallace. The reception will also highlight “n  c t u r n e,” a site-specific installation by Dana Jo Cooley located in the GlassCube outdoors. Both exhibitions will be on view through December.
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