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Crafting Time: Nate Young and Mika Horibuchi at the Richard H. Driehaus Museum 

Steve Carrelli In his 2013 book Visual Time, art historian Keith Moxey writes, “Visual objects disturb and disrupt chronology rather than organize it.” He argues that works of art must be understood in terms of two temporal axes: heterochrony and anachrony. Heterochrony can be understood as the awareness that there are multiple narratives that exist in any given time – …

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Mika Horibuchi and Brittany Nelson at PATRON

Mika Horibuchi, “Draw the Curtain” and Brittany Nelson, “Controller,” An exhibition at PATRON Gallery that ran from June 25–August 13, 2016. The exhibitions of Mika Horibuchi and Brittany Nelson, on view this summer at PATRON Gallery, highlighted a noir quality of both artists’ work. Horibuchi, in particular, is exploring ambiguity as a genre. Her work occupies the gallery’s front space with an installation of pseudo- trompe l’oeil paintings, …

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