Marincilâs most striking pic, âFacing East,â captures a flock of birds flying out of the picture as one lone creature darts upward. A thunderstorm rages around them. âI have to always consider that the image in front of me will never look the same if I donât capture it as I see it,â says Marincil. âIt enables me to move without fear of missing an opportunity.â
Fehrmannâs âPage 26,â on the other hand, features an open diary that reveals a dayâs worth of memories. âWhat is on that paper is only significant for one reason: It is the past,â says Fehrmann. âWill it affect the future? Is there any reason to revisit the past? Was it necessary to record these thoughts at all?â
Marincilâs âLight Graffitiâ (which depicts a local railroad underpass covered with writing) pretty much sums up the local artistsâ shared philosophy, says Future Flux curator Ryan Weitzel. âStrangely, the post-industrial fallout is beautiful -- the crumbling buildings, the walls that age when the rust starts eating at it,â he says. âThe way things fall apart can be beautiful.â A meet and greet with the artists takes place at 7 tonight. The exhibit is on view by appointment.
Aug. 10-Sept. 15