We Gathered to catch a glimpse. (Of ourselves and each other). Our dumb humanity in a colorful russet potato. Eyes peeking through patterned paper, from inside another. A wash of color over a striped veil, concealing a blob of anxiety. The patterns repeat, stack and diffuse, iterate and mirror and mimic. They are not ghosts! These are wandering forms birthed from the slap of a palm on a forehead. A dumbfounded genesis. A primeval grunt.
Jeremy Le Grand is an artist and fabricator living and working in Portland, OR. His work often uses patterns, iteration, and rhythm to build dense, abstract compositions based on fragments of bodies and the natural world.