Emerson Dorsch presents Brookh art Jonquil's In a Perfect World.

On view will be a ne w series of large scale sculptures rendered in wooden scaffolding and intri cately angled mirrors\, which combine to create illusory forms in the immat erial realm.

Jonquil works with the material\, virtual \, and phantasmic mechanisms of reflection. In his statement\, Jonquil disc usses reflection and the relation of virtual or ideal space to the constant ly changing world. Made of angled mirrors and bowed rods\, his four sculptu res hang at the cardinal points of the room. Each sculpture has a unique ph ysical structure\, yet\, in their multiple reflections\, the structures pro duce an immaterial form that is echoed in all four sculptures. Jonquil writ es\, "it is as if together the four sculptures create a proof of the existe nce of a fifth shape which is nowhere present."

Jonquil is in terested in the concept of Ether\, relating it to other ideals\, or ideas o f existence outside of the physical world\, like Plato's Allegory of the Go ld\, Eistein's Theory of Relativity\, Michel Foucault's heterotopias and Bu ckminster Fuller's Dymaxion Maps.

Jonquil's recent major exhi bitions include 2012's Inverted Night at the de la Cruz Collection in Miami \; a major installation in collaboration with Yara and Chat Travieso of You ng Arts for the 2012 Art Live Fair in Miami\; and a large-scale sculpture\, Lumber Icosahedron\, in Young Curators\, New Ideas IV\, organized by Mr. a nd Mrs. Amani Olu in New York in 2011. He was shortlisted for the 2011 Miam i PULSE Prize and is prominently featured in the 2012 Andrew Hevia Document ary "Rising Tide: A Story of Miami Artists". He was Artist in Residence at MoCA Tucson in 2012. This is his second exhibition at Emerson Dorsch\, wher e he is exclusively represented.

Brookhart Jonquil was born i n Santa Cruz\, California in 1984 and lives and works in Miami\, Florida. J onquil received a Masters of Fine Arts degree from the School of the Art In stitute of Chicago in 2010\, as well as a Bachelor in Fine Arts and Bachelo r of Arts in Art History from the University of Arizona in 2007.

A brochure featuring an artist's statement and essay by Katherine Pill\ , Assistant Curator at the Museum of Fine Arts\, St. Petersburg\, will acco mpany the exhibition.

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