February 2014: Linda E. Anderson: Recurrences

Anderson's recent work reveals and erodes imagery through her process, evoking the acts of remembering and forgetting. Surfaces are embedded with histories that may not be immediately apparent, becoming a space where past and present share a permeable non-linear relationship. The work expresses the anxiety associated with transitional states and oppositional qualities, and is a reflection on the instability of identity itself. The fragmentation and repitition or imagery implies both a fixation and elusiveness in the search for a more comforting cohesion and narrative.

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