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Johansson Projects is pleased to present a "A Wil ling Transfer of Belief"\, a two person exhibition featuring works of Miche lle Blade and Hillary Wiedemann. 

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The luminous surfaces of Blade's work border on abstraction and simultaneously depict transcenden t spaces and colorful\, totem-like characters. For this exhibition Blade br ings together painting and sculpture\, inserting moments of levity within i deologies of Existentialism. A painting of a ghost activated by an oscillat ing fan\, exhibited along side a woven Mylar tapestry that depicts the phen omenological myth of the double sunset\, explores humor and the state that lies between certainty and doubt. 

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Combining the scienti fic and the phenomenal\, Hillary Wiedemann's videos and sound installations document the experiential as visible and transcribe visible to the audible . Digital video projections and images of light recreate the sun's stunning perceptual effects\, while a recording of solar oscillations emotes the au dible from the invisible core. 

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Considering light\, surf ace and movement the works exhibited share a mutual interest in capturing t he transcendent phenomena of the natural world. Driven by the inescapable e ffects of the qualities the sun possesses\, both Wiedemann and Blade's work create a ritual of their role as makers of meaning\, through objects and e xperience.

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