The idea of art as a window on the world is not a new one, credited to the 15th century theorist Leon Battista Alberti. In the present, Alberti’s conception of art as mathematic harmony derived from nature seems remote from our own concern for individual expression and interpersonal interaction. A contemporary window, if one will pardon the expression, is one that looks in, not out. With this emphasis on interiority comes the possibility of deception and invention.
Artists: Kathy Creutzburg, Shane Harrington, Kris Enos & Klay-James Enos