The Color Black: A Conversation In Three Parts

May 11 - June 2, 2013

The Color Black:

A Conversation In Three Parts 

L.E. Doughtie

Diane Durant

Timothy Harding 

Opening Saturday May 11, 2013 7-10PM


Diane Durant 

(image detail) That was just a rumor (2011), gelatin silver contact print, 6x6".

New installations by Diane Durant use photographs, texts, and objects to construct both stable and unstable narratives. These "true stories" retell experiences from the artist's past and explore ideas of memory, double literacy, and the veracity of the photographic image within a narrative sequence.  

Timothy Harding

(image detail) Graphite, Canvas, Stretcher, 2012, graphite on canvas.

New works by Timothy Harding act as moments that have been dislocated from their source. Through reference to recognizable but otherwise unknown subjects, these drawings challenge the viewer's understanding of perceived reality by existing somewhere between fact and fiction.

L.E. Doughtie

(image detail) Untitled, 2013, Ink on paper, 60x83''.

New drawings by L.E. Doughtie are an investigation into scale, constructed with consuming and meticulous mark.


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