This exhibition features the Canadian sculptor Shayne Dark. His work examines the difference between spaces directly created and administered by mankind and those that exist separately or on their margins. Dark’s work exists in both realms by using materials such as natural-looking wood and theatrically colored paint. The dialog created between viewers of his sculptures and the spaces they occupy prompts a thoughtful investigation of Man’s existence within nature.

On view
From November 9, 2012 to
February 9, 2013


on view

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