Patricia Voulgaris March 13 — May 2, 2020

The spaces in-between, the distance between you and I, spatial awareness; how does the body interact within a limited space? The creator is subject to a fixed boundary that constructs a barrier between body and object. Can the two coexist harmoniously?

We create space physically and subconsciously, both actions are dictated by the body. We consume, fill, and bury every inch. Occasionally, we purposely create spaces between one another, fleeting from a feeling that we no longer choose to acknowledge. The spaces that we once held are soon replaced and occupied with a new placeholder. As time passes, we reflect on thes paces that we once inhabited. Our memories won't let us forget. 

This body is yours to keep, a tender memento that will claw and bury its way into a space that you call home.

 

 

Patricia Voulgaris is an artist from New York. She graduated from the School of Visual Arts in 2013. Her work has been exhibited in numerous exhibitions including Aperture Foundation, Rubber Factory, Red Hook Labs, and Baxter Street at CCNY. Her photographs have been featured in publications and blogs such as Dear Dave Magazine. Der Greif, Vice, PDN, The British Journal of Photography, and the New York Times Lens Blog. She is the recipient of the Lucie Foundation and Aaron Siskind grant.

Mere Exposure images are available as 13 x 19," 20 x 30,” 24 x 36," and 30 x 40" pigment prints made in editions of 5. Pieces range in price from $800 to $2,500.

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Patricia Voulgaris
Clock Tower, 2017
Patricia Voulgaris
Finish Line, 2018
Patricia Voulgaris
Untitled, 2017
Patricia Voulgaris
Untitled, 2017