This Friday, April 6, S. Carmody Photography hosts an hors d'oeuvres reception from 6-9PM, which will coincide with Giovanna Cassilly's exhibit opening at Hoffman-LaChance Contemporary (2 doors south of SCP).
HumaNature offers a kaleidoscope of perspectives into humankind's footprint on the landscape and considers the human condition, its constructs and its shelf–life.
Experiencing each piece amounts to turning a virtual dial that takes us to places that are at once familiar and unexpected. James Holzer offers his large-scale series, Holy Spaces, which acutely and subtly blurs the line between real and imaginary, milieu and myth, and the hand of man and reach of a higher power. In Michael Rudolf’s renderings, we encounter icons of urban culture in astonishing color and depth and discover their surreal mystery and anthropomorphic nature. Sarah Carmody’s Goats and Industrial Waste series transports us to a post–apocalyptic playground where goats have adopted and adapted to the ruins of civilization. Moving, playful and fascinating, HumaNature brings our world into focus with fresh, arresting clarity.