FRACTAL UNITY

When 14 Jan 2012 - 14 Feb 2012
Where Crossing Art
136‐17 39th Avenue, Ground Floor (Main Street & 39th Avenue)
Flushing, NY 11354
United States

Left to right: Hyungsub Shin, Hong Seon Jang, Buhm Hong. Courtesy of the artists

January 14 – February 14 2012

Opening Reception: January 14, 5-8pm

Press Release:

CROSSING ART is pleased to announce, Fractal Unity. A fractal is a geometric, mathematical phenomenon that when broken down, each separate part may be analogous to the whole. They are continuous, but not differential. These structures can appear to be organic growth from inorganic media. And ultimately – Order is found within Chaos.

Memory, nature and experience – this substance of our lives can grow not only by accretion but by division and fragmentation as well, creating an organic complexity that belies a unifying order.

This exhibition brings together the works of three multi-media artists who each are seeking to create their own unifying forms out of the chaos of life. Here we see this “growth by division and fragmentation” illustrated in the installations, sculptures, paintings and drawings. Often utilizing the detritus of paper, tape, rope, paint, wire in their work – Order is broken down and reformed again, until in the end we arrive at a kind of Fractal Unity of form and meaning.

Featured artists: Hyungsub Shin, Hong Seon Jang and Buhm Hong.

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