Here’s a photograph from the Fundamental Forces exhibition at Carolina Nitsch Project Room that we thought we’d share with you. The show just finished it’s run at the end of April, and it included three prints from Shotz which were produced here at Graphicstudio.
The Shotz works included in the Fundamental Forces show are entitled Three Views of an Object (#1, #2, and #3). The works are highly detailed photoetchings on paper. You can get a better sense of the detail involved in the Shotz etchings in the photo below.
|Three Views of an Object #1
Paper: 45 x 44 inches
Image: 36 x 36 inches
Edition: 15 (Click for purchase information)
Per the Carolina Nitch Fundamental Forces press release:
Three Views of an Object are 3 large scale etchings depicting an undulating form (from the series of drawings titled “Folded Spaces”) from three different perspectives. These prints are technically fascinating because they began as vector based computer drawings, but were then translated to the centuries old medium of etching, thus creating a kind of art historical analog/digital bridge.
More About Alyson Shotz
Alyson Shotz is known internationally for works of art that address space, light, and perception. Working in a variety of media, from large-scale installations to digital photography and painting, Shotz is intrigued by the notion of nature as “purely a human construction.” Her interest in environmental issues and topology—a branch of mathematics concerned with the properties of geometric forms that remain constant despite transformation—is also evident in her artworks.
Alyson Shotz’s work was recently featured in solo exhibitions at The Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, OH, and The Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas, TX, as well as the group exhibition The More Things Change at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. She will have upcoming solo exhibitions at The Indianapolis Museum of Art, The Phillips Collection, Washington, D.C., and Espace Louis Vuitton, Tokyo, Japan. Her work is included in the permanent collections of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, NY, the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and The Whitney Museum of American Art among others.
Visit Carolina Nitsch Project Room website for more details about the Fundamental Forces exhibition.