Deborah Colton Gallery presents Grayson Chandler: "Telos: After Thought" opening day
Deborah Colton Gallery will present "Telos: After Thought," a fresh body of work on paper by Houston artist Grayson Chandler.
"Telos: After Thought" materializes a burgeoning philosophy taking root in Grayson’s studio practice. Telos, from the Greek τέλος, translates to “end,” “object,” “purpose,” signifying finality to be the ultimate pursuit of any action. While purpose is concerned with acquisition - a solution for measuring up to preeminent judgment - the alternative is a suspension of judgment in the interest of furthering observation. Ontologically speaking, these sensibilities are diametrically opposed, but where these temperaments collide is a space that invites opportunity to explore. Possibility prevails where purpose is not a means to an end.
The exhibition will be on view through September 12, and can be viewed by appointment only at the gallery or through the gallery's Viewing Room and Installation Images on their website.