On Noise & Archaeology
by Zach Arlan
On view this month are the colorful and geometric paintings of Zach Arlan. The works in On Noise & Archaeology were created during the last two years and represent the artist's continued exploration into abstraction of form.
His paintings, multicolored and geometric, are meant to play with perception and what humans consider normal. "I remember when I was younger, I used to paint on walls," Arlan says. "And then it just slowly evolved into geometry and objects and abstract objects. Then I got into, instead of just putting an object on a canvas or a piece of wood, just filling it up and seeing what would happen if I messed with color gradient and stuff like that." - For more info check out zacharyarlan.com
Opening Reception during First Friday, March 2nd, from 6:00-10:00pm