The Portland-based artist works across a variety of media incorporating objects, poetry and publication through what is self-described as instances of “weird touching” or “speculative frictions” that move in and out of physical and digital spaces. This show in particular will deal with sculptural and written work that explores themes of what the press release outlines as ‘under consideration’ such as a “recuperation of the sun and her children” or “the operational potentials of a center and its polarities”.
Radon’s previous exhibitions include Unveiling (you embrace me as I am) (2016) at Jupiter Woods and The sphere whose center is everywhere and whose circumference is nowhere (2016) at Muscle Beach in Portland, and her writing features in the 2013 Appendix retrospective publication which aqnb reviewed here.
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