TROPPUS PROJECTS

FERMATA

APRIL 10 thru MAY 3
RECEPTION: MAY 3, 5-7
 
 
At first sight, the work of John Kelley and Mary Laube seem to operate in different worlds. Kelley, who works primarily in time-based art forms, produces dream-like video and sound installations that dissect cinematic and musical approaches while Laube crafts paintings from an observational starting point, transforming everyday forms into distant and less tangible appearances. While contrary in form, their practices share the same preoccupation with the representation of loss and memory.
 
 
 
  
 
SOUND/SPEAKERS by John C. Kelley
pine + electronics
 
Dark Against the Ground
NFS
 
 
PAINTINGS by Mary Laube
acrylic on panel
 
Shadow Box
11x14”
NFS
 
 
Cascade
10x12”
$1200.
 
 
Narrow Gauge
12x15”
$1200.
 
 
Knit Yourself a Body
12x12”
NFS
 
 
My Lunar Plexus
12x12”
$1200.
 
 
Last Skin
9.75x12”
$1200.
 
 
The Wall Opened Noiselessly Before Me
12x11.5”
$1200.
 
 
Fermata
12x12”
$1200.