Matrices|Metamorphosis

George Caleb Bingham Gallery, Columbia, MO

University of Missouri - Columbia

March 16 - April 2, 2015

 

Rome is an ideal site to deconstruct and analyze the condition of history; a site rich in rewritten and overwritten political and moral agendas.  Historically, the fabric of Rome has been deconstructed and re-stitched since its origins, often rooted in myth and fragmented written records.  Taking this history as my subject matter, I turn it into my working process, revealing the limitations of preserving history and accessing historical reality.

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