David Rabinowitch opens tonight @ 6-8 pm! | The Périgord works create an arena in which content and form are conflated. At the outset, the drawings are coated to varying degrees with layers of beeswax. Upon this ground, Rabinowitch uses an indirect process of material application in which color pigment, oil stick, linseed oil, and wax are applied to hand cut templates made uniquely for each work, and pressed onto the surface of the paper. By building up each work in this way, the forms move freely in relation to one another without subordinating themselves to an overall image, surface, or unity of composition. Instead, what their similarities and differences construct is the very process of perception—the construction of vision.