Jul 9th 2022

Work by Annabelle Dunstan and Lily Szymanksi

Exhibition Dates: July 3rd, 2022 – July 31st, 2022

Opening Reception: July 9th, 4 – 7 pm

There is about why and how repetition takes place, symbols and objects as a byproduct of obsessive tendency. How do you keep an object/a memory/a symbol with you always? Do you hold it in your hands? In your back pocket? Around your neck? By using shared imagery, a bridge of understanding forms between the works exhibited in this show. While this overlap creates a visual connection between our individual practices, it also brings forth the bigger secrets these objects and symbols present. Calling recognition to the nuances shows these elements are more complex than we realize. Each recurring character becomes a tool in expanding our own and interpersonal keys.

This exhibition will feature individual works from both Annabelle and Lily ranging from print, sculpture, and drawing. Along with collaborative work that encompasses the way we understand these symbols through and with each other. When you are within a few meters of a destination, you are there.

Annabelle Dunstan is a comic artist and printmaker living in Chicago, Illinois.

Lily Szymanski, originally from and working in Chicago, IL, focuses mainly in sculpture. She is interested in the labyrinths that are objects and will one day make it to the center.

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