|Armita Raafat's Untitled, 2016
Patterned metal, plastic and mirror
|A stacked, unruly landscape from muqarnas, Islamic architectural elements, with mirror, metal and pigment.
|There is a dirty glamor to this work, that addresses geopolitics and more personal associations.
|Entering the space, l to r: Maria Hupfield's draped felt, Shanti Grumbine's rescrambled and acid-washed New York Times and folded textiles from NYT delivery plastic.
|Further right, Samantha Holmes' Islamic and physics-inspired patterns cast in metal compliment and forecast works to come...
|Glendalys Medina's Black Alphabet series B, from refashioned Latin letters borrowing elements from boomboxes and graffiti.
|Glenn Fischer's shiny collages of used print materials, from magazines to album covers.
|Ryan Turley's Moving Blanket...
|Christine Wong Yap surveyed artists in her mileu about the benefits of art practice and fashioned these maps from their responses.
|Martyna Szczesna's Array I, created from LED light shadows repeatedly until creating a pattern
|The hypnotic Rothko-like video projection by Mitch Paster, capturing digital imagery on film.
|Tatiana Istomina's gridded narratives that balance passion and restraint.
The exploration of geometry as a formal device to ground us and the love of quotidian material is evident throughout this exhibition, illuminating the concerns of a new generation.