UNFAMILIAR RE-IMAGININGS AT PLASTIC CLUB
Art works that take familiar elements and rearrange them to create fresh, new ways of looking will be highlighted at the Plastic Club’s December show. The show, titled Reconfiguration, will have an opening reception on Sunday, December 2, from 2-5 PM.
The show’s prospectus gives some examples of Reconfiguration: “For example, the impressionists, the surrealists and the cubists achieved a new way of looking at reality. The focus … is broad — encompassing landscapes, still lifes, the human form; it can also involve machines, organisms, language, settings, settings, politics or gender. You may [also] reconfigure a piece by the use of a new medium.”
The works can be viewed during the opening reception and during the Club’s open gallery hours (1-4 PM) on the third Sunday of the month.