When: Sat., March 21, 5-7:30 p.m. 2015
Beverly Fishman, artist-in-residence and head of painting at Cranbrook Academy of Art, presents a new collection of works on paper at Wasserman Projects. The exhibit runs March 21st through May 2nd. Beverly Fishman's multilayered, material collages explore the relationship between the organic and the technological. Consisting of multiple laser-cut and painted layers, they juxtapose a spare formal vocabulary, consisting of colorful lines and stains, with patterns derived from appropriated images of cells and viruses. These textural works, which also employ patterns produced by a computer program designed to simulate cellular growth, play between surface and depth.