This exhibition centers on impermanence, an essential tenet of Buddhism. Using drawings as symbols or metaphors for transitory life experiences, the eleven artists tell stories about lost innocence, fading memory, mortality, and the drawing process itself. Using traditional media, each artist offers insights into life’s fleeting nature.
Image: They Disappear At 222 Frames Per Second (detail), 2017. David D’Orio and Henrik Sundqvist. Chairs, 16 motorized flip book boxes, ink drawings on paper, electronic cords, metal, wood, each: 36 x 48 x 24 inches. Courtesy of the Artists.