Lewis J. Crawford in his exhibition Constructs, uses mixed media photographs as the basis for his work. Crawford’s method is to extend the photographic picture plane, in a technique he calls Markitious Imagery, by drawing in markings that are found outside the photograph. “Everyone leaves marks,” writes Crawford. “The ones that interest me most are overlooked marks: a random strip of duct tape, a buffed out graffiti tag or a crack in an unused public square. None of these marks would be there unless someone made the landscape for them to inhabit.”
2016/04/22 - 2016/06/10
Additional time info:
Crawford will present a gallery talk on Friday, April 22 at 5:30 p.m.