Carolina Nitsch Project Room

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Mirror World

by Aldrin Valdez
Alyson Shotz plays with the simple physical properties of metal and glass, much a like a painter does with paint. In that sense, the metallic surfaces of her sculptures at Carolina Nitsch Project Room are strangely organic, despite the pixelated world they create. (2011), a series of stainless steel cubes, recalls the body’s clustering of cells, such as pimples or cancerous growth.  As the title points out, Shotz makes use of neodymium magnets to create the effect of cellular formation on the... [more]
Posted by Aldrin Valdez on 4/24/11