From Sept 16th through Oct 2011.
Choral speech and shaped bodies materialize in an installation that depicts a group of individuals, including an architect, a dancer, a mathematician, and a singer, engaging in plans for construction of a dome within the 6th Street Container.
In conjuring an ephemeral dome in the gallery space, Kline and Molina address architectural and social ideals, suggesting a form that seems to simultaneously collapse and coalesce. Its attachment to the production of community, and Fuller’s ‘Universal Architecture’ makes the dome an ideal container for the exploration for the questions of intimacy, isolation and potentiality. Molina and Kline work primarily through video and photography installations that use gestural strategies to explore history, landscape, desire, and repetition.
Wes Kline is an artist, writer and assistant professor of photography at University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida. He received his MFA from the University of Illinois, Chicago. His photo and video work explores philosophical problems related to idealism and ethics, and he shows his work nationally and internationally. Cristina Molina is an artist who lives and works in Miami, Florida. Molina received a BA in Psychology and a BFA in Digital Media from Florida International University. Her work has been exhibited in both local and international venues.
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