Unfixed and unprocessed photographic paper marked by commingling darkroom chemicals remains continually sensitive to light and environment. Their images depict distorted impressions of ambiguous figures, a roving multiplicitous form. Aluminum sculptures interrupt. Surfaces are skins and bodies dancing to betray fixity, the in between the only constant.
Laurie Kang, Wing I, II, 2015, aluminum
WARSAW GALLERY WEEKEND 2015
THE C IS ALWAYS COMING
Laurie Kang (born 1985) works in photography, sculpture and installation. Recent exhibition sites include Camera Austria (Graz), Parisian Laundry (Montreal), 811 Gallery (Toronto), and a collaborative exhibition at The Power Plant Gallery with Nadia Belerique and Lili Huston-Herterich (Toronto). She holds an MFA from Bard College.
Part of Warsaw Gallery Weekend