Set beneath a waxing moon, sheets and fruit float from thin lines, bags hold canted props, and bright color veils marble flesh.
The storyteller alludes, the sculptor conjures, and the audience enters potential narratives within Jesse Ring's sculptural staging of realist simulacra.
MFA Thesis Show
Opening: April 17, 6-9PM Closing: May 2, 5-8PM Old Post Office 50 Seneca St. Hornell, NY
The Moment In-Between: "What we see before us is just one tiny part of the world. We get into the habit of thinking, This is the world, but that's not true at all. The real world is in a much darker and deeper place than this, and most of it is occupied by jellyfish and things. We just happen to forget all that. Don't you agree? Two thirds of the earth's surface is ocean, and all we can see of it with the naked eye is the surface: the skin. We hardly know anything about what's beneath the skin." The Wind Up Bird Chronicles, Haruiki Murakami
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