a group exhibition curated by Andrew Hart in Gallery 1
Opening Reception: Friday, June 21st
“Cities also believe they are the work of the mind or of chance, but neither the one nor the other suffices to hold up their walls. You take delight not in a city’s seven or seventy wonders, but in the answer it gives to a question of yours. or to the question it asks you, forcing you to answer…” Italo Calvino Invisible Cities
The city can be viewed simultaneously as a detailed layered creation or abstracted idea of unseen or surreal relationships, the city can be utilized to create and inspire the imaginary, the fantastic. As the author Italo Calvino created a dual image of the city, reading both the real and imaginary in his book Invisible Cities – this exhibit Visible Cities will posit two artist/architects to bring their sketchbooks, their lens for seeing the city to face each other revisiting and re-presenting their views of the city one an fantastic reality, the other rigorous imaginary – both showcasing their observations and delineations of the visible city.
Andrew Hart (curator)
and other collaborating artist exhibitors