Allison Lacher: Think Pink
Allison Lacher's work focuses on making objects and installations that are shamelessly flirtatious. Attached to four lustrous, pink fabric panels are over 1,000 hand-tied satin pink bows. The bows, dense and heavy at the bottom of the fabric, gradually thin out as they rise to the top. Somewhere between abstraction and figuration, their functional resemblance to domestic draperies is sublimated by a teasing prom gown reference. Congregating and dispersing, they allude to flowers, songbirds, and towering wedding cakes. The viewer is invited to question this blushing installation as it unabashedly invokes many romantic cliches. Exhibition held in the Projects Gallery space.
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