August 31 - November 19, 2011

In seven installations comprised of sculpture, handmade books, handmade paper, and delicate kilnformed works, Carrie Iverson explores the myriad relationships that are created and severed between language and objects.


My current work incorporates both printmaking and glass, often combinedinto multipart installations. One of my fascinations with these media is theirability to retain a record of how the piece was created. I tend to approach both processes in an experimental way, letting the properties of the materialssuggest and guide the content. Conceptually my work reflects a process oftransition – objects in motion, imagery submerged just below the surface,the traces of an explosion. I am interested in examining how evidence ispresented, how events are reconstructed. - Carrie Iverson


Review by Lisa Radon in Art Ltd.
Review by Richard Speer in Visual Art Source