Joe Sheftel Gallery is pleased to announce Deep Space (insides), a group exhibition curated by Karen Archey. The exhibition brings together works considering the psychological effects of built space. Here, the metaphor of physical and virtual architecture is used to contemplate how such structures affect our quotidian lives and emotional states, while meditating on notions of privacy and visibility. Questions prompting Deep Space (insides) include: Where am I able to be seen, and where can I be invisible? What information about myself is truly private? What has changed in the manner in which we speak about ourselves? Where can we rest? Participating artists include Harm van den Dorpel, VALIE EXPORT, Rochelle Goldberg, Dan Graham, Calla Henkel and Max Pitegoff, Josh Kline, and Carlos Reyes. Opening October 28th, the exhibition runs through December 16th, 2012.