Owens + Crawley

March 4 - 25, 2016
Closing reception: March 24, 6 - 8 pm

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Gallery 924 presents new collaborative work by the artist team Quincy Owens and Luke Crawley. The pair first explored working together while Owens taught art and Crawley taught science at local high schools a number of years ago. Their mutual passion for the connections between art and science eventually brought them together in a public art partnership that has led to installations across the United States. 

While their work is typically designed for large outdoor spaces, this new body of work was created for a more intimate gallery experience. Works in this exhibition will utilize allegory to engage the relationship between art and audience through installation, sculpture, sound, and light.

ABOUT THE ARTISTS
Quincy Owens, an Arts Council of Indianapolis Creative Renewal Arts Fellow, is a professional artist in Indianapolis who focuses on both 2D and 3D art, along with public installations.

Luke Crawley is an Indianapolis sound artist, fabricator, and concept developer who also teaches high school science and math. 

LEARN MORE about the artists and this exhibition by watching their Indy Arts Studio Series interview.

Thank you to our funders

Indiana Arts Commission
JCA
CICF
Lilly
Jordan