Rachel Strum’s “Interference.” Opening on July…


Opening on July 23rd, 2022 at Hashimoto Contemporary in New York City is artist Rachel Strum’s solo exhibition, “Interference.”

“Interference” showcases abstract paintings and sculptures that transcend the limitations of time and space. With the interplay of materiality through oscillating depths of color and substrates, organic and geometric forms commingle within flat and luminous layered and glittering surfaces in
this new body of work. The forms mesh and collide simultaneously using a high-key color palette
within and outside the confines of the picture plane. This striking juxtaposition creates tension and
harmony between the natural and artificial, the familiar and the unknown.

Beyond dynamic compositions and punchy color combinations, there is also a softness from
stretches of velvety-matte surfaces. The works feel boundless; how deep and far back in space do
they extend? Are these cropped snippets from larger expanses? And although informed by more
traditional formalist and hard-edge abstraction, the work extends beyond the two-dimensional
surface and expands beyond it.

Brightly colored sculptures are displayed alongside the paintings. Using sculpture as a tool to
explore space and time, pigmented resin poured in layers forms an object that emanates a glow
from light passing through and reflecting. The layering requires the viewer to move around the
work to capture the entirety of what is available to perceive.




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