Abbey Meaker and Amanda Zackem create works that remain mysterious, even as they confront the viewer with a striking immediacy. Both artists’ works suggest narratives, yet refuse a single storyline. Instead, they drift on a dark current; like chapters unbound from the novel’s arc, these images hover, loosed from the imperative to resolve in a denoument. They retain the intensity of a plotline without succumbing to its linear progression, instead unfurling in a liminal space between storytelling and secret-keeping.
Curated by Amy Rahn as part of Furchgott Sourdiffe’s Guest Curator program.
Join us for the opening reception August 17!