Depth of Surface

February 19, 2016 - March 26, 2016
WhiteSpace Gallery
Atlanta, GA
Solo Exhibitions

Teresa Cole’s 3rd solo exhibition, Depth of Surface at whitespace will include handmade paper works and two installations created from hand-printed and hand-dyed Japanese paper.This show contains pieces that utilize paper in two different ways. The first way is through a group of works where the imagery and handmade papers are created at the same time. These works were produced at Dieu Donne´ Paper Mill in New York City where different colored pulps are meshed together to create both image and structure. The second way of working pushes the paper to become structural. This is manifested in installations that use Washi or Japanese paper by printing on each sheet then folding and dying  and finally forming the sheets into their own surface.  All the works employ patterned imagery as a grammar, a dialect, a language of desire.

Opening Reception: Friday, February 19th | 7 – 10 pm

WhiteSpace  Gallery, 814 Edgewood Avenue, Atlanta, GA

 

 

 

 

Depth of Surface Exhibition 1, Depth of Surface Exhibition installation view 1
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Depth of Surface Exhibition 2, Installation view of Saturate
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Depth of Surface Exhibition View 3, Installation view of Transposition Series
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Depth of Surface Exhibition 4, Installation view 4
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Depth of Surface Exhibition 5
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Transposition 1, relief printed and dyed Japanese paper with bamboo sticks 30 x 22
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Transposition 2, relief printed and dyed Japanese paper with bamboo sticks 30 x 22
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Transposition 3, relief printed and dyed Japanese paper with bamboo sticks 30 x 22
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Transposition 4, relief printed and dyed Japanese paper with bamboo sticks 30 x 22
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Infiltration, relief printed and dyed Japanese paper with bamboo sticks
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