Photo by Adrienne Wong

Locations hold memories; places have meaning. Intrigued by the city landscape that surrounds us; the relationship of nature with the urban environment, and our relationship within it and with each other, Adrienne Wong captures moments and feelings to build stories.

She communicates those observations and emotions to transport the viewer to a different world, of dreamlike uncertainty and at the unclear transition time between day and night. These strange worlds of painted or drawn horizontal lines are devoid of the usual visual cues, suggesting movement within areas of spatial ambiguity.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until December 2.

Locations hold memories; places have meaning. Intrigued by the city landscape that surrounds us; the relationship of nature with the urban environment, and our relationship within it and with each other, Adrienne Wong captures moments and feelings to build stories.

She communicates those observations and emotions to transport the viewer to a different world, of dreamlike uncertainty and at the unclear transition time between day and night. These strange worlds of painted or drawn horizontal lines are devoid of the usual visual cues, suggesting movement within areas of spatial ambiguity.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until December 2.

Locations hold memories; places have meaning. Intrigued by the city landscape that surrounds us; the relationship of nature with the urban environment, and our relationship within it and with each other, Adrienne Wong captures moments and feelings to build stories.

She communicates those observations and emotions to transport the viewer to a different world, of dreamlike uncertainty and at the unclear transition time between day and night. These strange worlds of painted or drawn horizontal lines are devoid of the usual visual cues, suggesting movement within areas of spatial ambiguity.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until December 2.

WHEN

WHERE

FORUM6
1824 Spring St.
Houston, TX 77007
https://forum6contemporary.com/

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