Itís elemental: Brohman sets destruction and creation in harmony with shattered glass, steel architecture and softly- encroaching fiber.
All hands: Brohmanís sand-cast aluminum sculpture captures the hands of the artist and his family and unites them with appendages from the natural world.
Birdhouse of your soul: Galway-born Rian Kerraneís suspended, popcorn-covered shelters invite, reflect, seduce, mystify, and amuse.
I didnít do it: Kerraneís wall stocked with mini-dioramas that play with scale, absurdity, and guilty enclosed wildlife.
Fluid Nature, a traveling show by University of Colorado Denver colleagues Rian Kerrane and Michael Brohman, brought some thought-scape dioramas into the UTSA Satellite Space for First Friday.
Fluid Nature: Michael Brohman and Rian Kerrane
curated by Megan Harrison
Through Nov 21
UTSA Satellite Space
115 Blue Star
Fri - Sun 12:00 pm- 6:00 pm and by appointment
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