Interdisciplinary Artists, Mär Martinez and Leah Sandler take over the Sculpture House to install their newest conceptual and mixed media work. These two rising stars in Central Florida have teamed up to experiment with new ideas and processes. Among the wide variety work they are known for, Sandler constructs parafictional worlds via politically and culturally infused satirical audio/visual installations while Martinez’s sculptural paintings dissect power dynamics through the lens of a culturally enforced binary system. The exhibition is on view through March 29. 2024 at the Casselberry Sculpture House.
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Pulling from loss, the physical drop of objects and bodies, and three-channel videos, Arkansas-based artist Bethany Springer considers the slow-motion process of grieving, scientific experiments, and action as existence.
Kristina Kay Robinson considers the codices of decolonization in Ana Hernandez: Color of Clouds at Other Plans Gallery, New Orleans.