Jean Lowe’s works have often nodded on society’s environment and how humans’ relationship with a sharp satire striking viewers off balance. For Lost Time, Lowe flips through the “pages” derived from created ephemera auction catalogues using a mix of photography of actual and handcrafted realistic items with digitally rendered imagery. The “catalog” images on poly metal, take the long road with humorous subjects like aging, perception and construction of value in tote. The exhibit is a distraction from daily distractions striving to see the spectrum of walls the human species construct avoiding a deeper look at our lives.
June 18th -July 23rd
Opening Reception: June 17th