Chris Fraser: In Passing
Bay Area artist Chris Fraser uses site-specific sculpture to draw attention to refracted paths of light. As the artist himself notes, "I would like my work to point back into the world... there is nothing particularly special about the light that enters these works. Echoes of this same order can be found in your home, entering your windows, skirting around furniture, slipping through a crack in the door."
Chris Fraser, who was just invited to participate at the Venice Biennale’s collateral exhibition “Personal Structures,” will give an artists talk on Saturday, March 9 at 6pm, followed by a closing party from 7–10pm.
Read our review: "Chris Fraser’s In Passing closes this weekend, so let’s cut to the chase: if you haven’t seen it, you need to load the family in the car, grab your Max pass, or hop on your rain-slicked bicycle and peddle your winter-light-craving self up to Disjecta—double time. This is one of those rare shows capable of generating sheer and utter joy across demographics, from stodgy art veteran to those who find art inaccessible and pretentious to seven year olds..."
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