Jen Stark’s New Kaleidoscopic Works in ‘Dimensionality’

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With “Dimensionality,” Jen Stark‘s vibrant sculptures, paintings, and installations take over Joshua Liner Gallery with her illusionary talents. The show, which began this week and runs through July 19, features both analogue and digital elements to activate the New York City space. Stark was last featured on here.

“The vibrant colors are inspired by the ‘attractant/repellent properties of flowers encouraging pollination or insects warning birds of their poisonous traits, and the luminous mystery of phosphorescent sea creatures,’ while the visual systems ‘simulate plant growth, evolution, infinity, fractals, mimetic topographies, and sacred geometries,’” the gallery says. “In addition to the biological, Starks’ atmospheric and minimalist configurations tap into the visual lineages of Yayoi Kusama, Sol Lewitt, Tara Donovan, Tom Friedman, Andy Goldsworthy, Ernst Haeckel, and the Finish Fetish artists of 1960s Los Angeles.”

See more of Stark’s work below. (Images courtesy of the artist and Joshua Liner Gallery.)

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