Lora Moore-Kakaletris, Dominick Petrungaro, Elycia SFA Human Landscapes

May 2–30,  2017
Artworld Fine Art Gallery ⁠ accessible_forward

Human Landscapes presents three varied approaches of image-making, combining the presence of figures, cinematic influence, and textiles. Moore-Kakaletris utilizes portraiture paired with underlying tones of surrealism to express intimate themes, such as grief and loss. Petrungaro aspires to form a visual language in his landscape photography that renders unnecessary any explanations to plot, story, or emotions. In SFA’s narrative-based imagery, the woven image becomes a material archive for representing memory within a changing landscape.