A Star for Roman Grey, new work by Scott Ramon, is an exhibition of what lurks in the darkness where wereworlds collide.
Emerging from the basement, filled with must and the filthiest of black molds, come drawings on wrought papers that haven’t seen daylight. The drawings are representations of Roman Grey’s location in a seemingly un-locatable place. They have an “almost” logic. Psychological space resonates.
Within a void where entities exist, creatures are displayed with the mapping of teeth and eyes. Constellations and charts form order and chaos. A world of omens is revealed through archaeological iconographical glyphs. The determination to escape is vital.