New York-based artists Brendan Lynch and Alex Ito are presenting a joint exhibition, Single Image, at LA’s Steve TurnerContemporary, running January 4 to February 8, 2014.
Taking a found photo of a sheet billowing in the wind, the two artists make installations, paintings and sculptures inspired by said banal image to maximise the imagination required by each artist in an attempt to present “open scripts” of interpretation for its viewers. A laptop, text, plaster and office materials abound, while a painting by Lynch’s brother will surely bring questions of authorship, as well as ‘art as interaction’, into play.
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