A house. A light. A hole
A house. A light. A hole. In Heike Kabisch's sculptures, a mixture of sensuality, power, elegance and other enchanting images of everyday life values, are portrayed on an absurd, cruel and extremely realistic stage. Contrasted by the overmuch seriousness of the characters' expressions, the artist models an ironic impact on the scene through her manufactured bodies, destroying the aleatory ideas they refer to and pointing directly at the absurdity of this livid imagery. Opening Friday, April 16, 7-10pm.