Jump Cut is a continuance of Baris' musings on the experience of contemporary built space. Geometric forms in his work come straight from modern distribution and fulfilment centers scattered through our exurban landscape. These paintings, works on paper and objects expose the disconnect betwee the experience of these areas and the commercial reality.
Preus' work, going back five years, is based on a collection of half a dozen semi-truckloads of damaged furniture from Chicago public schools closed in 2013. The works include sculptures and wall sculptures. They include the marks left by children over the years.