Romania-born, Houston-based Adela Andea's Mandrágora: Liquescent Light will mark the artist's second solo exhibition in the gallery. Andea transforms Anya Tish Gallery into a luminous, visually stunning environment that combines cinematic illusion with industrial design.

Transitioning her "baroque" biomorphic forms into a minimal landscape, Andea suspends a mass of straight multicolor lights at various angles in an installation that brings to mind the geometry of Joel Shapiro with the proclivity to light of Dan Flavin. Alongside this large-scale installation are wall dependent, light and kinetic works of intricately weaved circuits of lights, LED fans, computer hardware and fiber optics that move, surge and flow across the gallery walls.

On view through Feb. 9.

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Anya Tish Gallery
4411 Montrose Blvd.
Houston, TX 77006
http://www.anyatishgallery.com/

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