Mark Moore Gallery proudly presents Patterns of Landscape, the latest body of work by gallery artist Kim Rugg. With the precision of a surgeon, Rugg dismantles and reassembles printed objects that relay information, such as newspapers, magazines, cereal boxes, and stamps; rendering their original content meaningless. In this exhibition, Rugg embellishes upon her criticism of biased "news" dissemination by experimenting with cartography, as if scrutinizing the physical and social boundaries in which we lead our lives.
Mark Moore Gallery proudly presents "Redactor," a solo show by Ryan Wallace in the Project Room. A departure from his celestially inspired "Tablet," "Omega Point," and "Atlas" works, Wallace's "Redactors" delve into a more intricate, anarchic psychology. Rife with splintered, fragmented, and twisted elements, Wallace's collage-based paintings demonstrate the elaborate nature of modern existence through a delicate balance of chaos and order.