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Julia Haft-Candell
Fast and Slow
March 1 - May 11, 2014

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Julia Haft-Candell's sculptures are physical records of their making, and a reflection of their own history. Using small components to build larger forms, the artist continually invents, reassesses and makes endless decisions about how the work takes shape. Ultimately the goal is to form a composition that most effectively speaks to the ambiguity of perception and the complexity of being.

Using forms inspired by nature and the body, as well as ideas derived from quick doodles and sketches, she focuses on the space in between two contrasting concepts as a metaphor for her experience as a human being. In Haft-Candell's words "I express contradictions. I seek the intersection of the conscious and subconscious, construction and destruction, fast and slow, serious and funny, hard and soft."

The opening reception will take place on March 1st, 2014, 7-10pm during the First Saturday Art Walk.

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