OPACITY, TRANSLUCENCE, CLARITY
May 20, 2014
By Meredith Kooi
Most of the time we want meaning to be immediately clear to us. Things should not be ambivalent. The glass should be see-through. The two-way mirror makes us uneasy; those on the other side can see us, but we can’t see them – when we look into the glass, we are only given our own image back to us. If we are sighted, when darkness covers the world, we become anxious. Read More.
Review: Morgan Alexander’s elegant shrines to nature and found materials, at Swan Coach House Gallery
April 28, 2014
By Donna Mintz
Morgan Alexander is the 2013–14 recipient of the Forward Arts Foundation’s Emerging Artist Award. His exhibition remembering, forgetting, and remembering again, at the Swan Coach House Gallery through May 30, proves why he justly deserves the honor. Read More.