Suppose a line transcends a plane. And that line is a phantasmal wandering of suggestion and desire that demarcates space whether it be physical or metaphorical. Or a way to actualize imagination as fluid but tangible expression through different conduits.
As the line preposed beyond what we immediately see, the cumulation of narrative percolates to suggest interactions between material and humans as well as tools to delineate imagined landscapes or map unexplored territories.
Adler & Floyd is pleased to present suppose a line transcends a plane, a two-person exhibition featuring J. Michael Ford and Tom Henry.
J. Michael Ford is an interdisciplinary artist currently living and working in Chicago, IL whose work explores intangible notions of desire and vulnerability through expressive linear forms. He/They received an MFA in painting and drawing from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a BFA in sculpture from Pratt Institute. https://jmichaelford.com/
Tom Henry; NZ born, NY based. Graphic design degree and MFA from ELAM Auckland. Member of Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop. http://thomasalexanderhenry.com/