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CSULB Exhibition: Cathy Hsiao, Sarah Chu and Erica Fojtik

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WSN Member Cathy Hsiao, WSN Staff Sarah Chu along with Erica Fojtik are featured in a collaborative exhibition at the Max L. Gatov Gallery at Cal State Long Beach. The title of the exhibition was inspired by a piece written by the artist Robert Smithson, and is a meditation on the ideas of ‘abstract geology’; the parallels of the decomposition, erosion and growth of the environment to the human condition. Materials range from natural to synthetic, inorganic to organic, and manipulated to controlled processes.

The Most Beautiful World is a Heap of Rubble Tossed Down

Cathy Hsiao Erica Fojtik and Sarah Chu

March 2- March 6

Max L. Gatov Gallery West

Cal State Long Beach

For more information about Cathy’s work, you can visit her website at: http://www.plantandanimalstudio.info/

 

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