Three-Point Perspective

Historically, three-point perspective is a technique used in drawing and drafting to create the illusion of 3 dimensional space. The technique resolves in a vanishing point, in which all lines converge in the deepest space of the picture plane. We propose an exhibition of three artists, Brenda Goldstein, John Furer, and Christine Howard Sandoval, who each challenge the illusory picture plane and perception within their practice: Goldstein creates a fourth space through personal mapping of structures and systems, Sandoval interrogates the relation of space to time by collapsing present landscapes with their past histories, while Furer investigates the indexical relationship to space through mark making.

OPENING: Tuesday January 29th, 6-8pm (+ welcome back reception for the Spring semester)