In “Footnotes,” Artists’ Research Leads To Risk-Taking
In the front gallery of Artspace New Haven hang long paper scrolls, whose colors blend from blue to black and white to blue. The scrolls are patchy and irregular, opaque and translucent, and punctuated with holes. They are suspended by red cords and are constantly rotating. As they turn, light filters through them.
Al Larriva-Latt, Arts Paper – In “Footnotes,” Artists’ Research Leads To Risk-Taking