Tomas Nakada - New Work
Reception: Thursday, January 10, 5:30 - 7:30 PM
This recent body of work references patterns created by microscopic cells. The painted image that Nakada constructs is like time elapsed photography compressed in on itself to create one single image that shows each stage of a colony of bacteria’s migration. The artist also found similarities of these patterns to those of aerial photos of refugee camps in sub-Sahara regions of Africa and the idea of scarification of the land and its people.
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