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Folded Metal 

Wednesday, Jul 21 2010
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Math art. Moebius aluminum siding. Bauhaus Escher. Timothy Nolan's art can make your eyes cross if you look at it too hard, or too long, but it's worth it, and fun. His new exhibit, "Tilt," is anchored by a piece called Pitch, which looks like someone origami-ed a mirror. His wall work is large, minimalist collage-style stuff – big, silver swaths of razor power that would look equally at home in an Art Deco living room or an industrial-chic loft space. Nolan is playing with light and reflection, using an aesthetic that draws on the shiny glam of minimalist Op Art, but pushes its meditative qualities more than its eye-trickery.
July 24-Aug. 21, 2010

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