Falchook’s photos are about the “perceotion of the built world” and explore the human tendency to organize space. This new work looks at the greater order outside of the human sphere. The exhibit is of sixteen photos on varied scales. Falchook is a graduate of Corcoran College of Art and Design and lives and works in NYC.
Adelsberger, from Baltimore, has been working curating since his last solo work, Semi-Final Frontiers. He used to do vivid sci-fi based work to look at mechanisms behind painting. The new work is the result of a more experimental approach in the studio. Adelsberger is a graduate of Towson University.
Civilian Art Projects gallery will be closed March 2-5 as they will be at SCOPE in NYC.