Dissipate. Disappear. Dispel
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The Chandler Gallery welcomes Deborah Davidson’s “Dissipate. Disappear. Dispel”: a series of unique line drawings displayed on black columns.
Deborah Davidson blurs the line between art and magic. In the same way magicians use sleight of hand or illusions to make the impossible seem real, so too does “Dissipate. Disappear. Dispel,” Davidson’s upcoming exhibition at the Chandler Gallery. Her arrangement of black columns and line drawings sounds simple and may be minimalist in principle but, when put together, present more than what initially meets the eye.
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There will be an opening reception on Thursday, February 6 from 6-8pm. Davidson’s Chandler Gallery display will be complemented by “Ideation: Redefining the Studio,” a program on February 27 with Kate Gilbert, artist and founder of Now and There, a public art curator in Boston. Davidson will be in conversation with Gilbert about an artist’s ideas and inspirations, and how they extend beyond their singular studio practice.
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