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Terry James Conrad: Object Permanence

Terry James Conrad: Object Permanence
When: Today until Saturday, Mar 13, 2021
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Cost: FREE ADMISSION

Through March 13. Solo exhibition of the artist Terry James Conrad, whose artistic practice includes the transformation of found or discarded objects into prints and sound. Almost every aspect of his creative process is governed by these transformations. His presses, sculptures in their own right, are made from tall stacks of found wood, bent and molded tin cans, plastic tubing, metal scraps, netting, and other detritus. In addition to transferring ink to paper, his crude printing plates, fashioned from tin cans, emboss, puncture, and stain the paper. Conrad’s inks are also made from objects collected from his environment. Walnuts, metals, dirt, and sediments produce inks in earthy hues that oxidize and continuously transform after a print is removed from a press, suggestive of biological processes or organisms, or what remains of them.

Hours: Tues., Weds., Fri. & Sat. noon to 5pm and Thursdays from noon to 8pm.


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