6/15/2015

“The Uninhabitable”

The Uninhabitable is Amze Emmons’ first solo museum exhibition, which takes its title from a selection of George Perec's Species of Spaces and presents drawings, paintings, and prints surveying eight years of investigating the construction of space and the politics of architecture. Emmons is a multi-disciplinary Philadelphia-based artist whose work evokes a sense of magical, minimal realism inspired by architectural illustration, comic books, cartoon language, information graphics, news footage, consumer packing, and instruction manuals. 

Opening Reception: September 10, 5 pm, Gibson Curriculum Gallery

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