Close Quaters: Works by Meghan Grubb

Bringing characteristics of her large scale installations back to their iterative and experimentally-based beginnings, Meghan Grubb offers an exhibition of small works that explore ideas of tight spaces, repetition, and persistence.  With references to orderly and disorienting properties of the grid, as well as plays with illusion and patterning, the exhibition includes several two- and three-dimensional wall pieces, kinetic work, photographic prints, and drawings.  Large maze_RichardThe exhibition will be on view at the Drew Henry Salon & Gallery through September 2015, with an opening party on June 20th from 7-10pm.

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