One Night, Two Openings!

I am happy to announce the opening reception of Mark Dagley: Recent Paintings and Kati Vilim: Extempore Refrain at Hamilton Square Friday, September 6, 2013, from 7—9 p.m. Hamilton Square is located at 232 Pavonia Avenue in downtown Jersey City, NJ. I hope you can join us.

Dagley’s exhibition features a selection of works on canvas completed over the past four years. From a monochromatic grid to a taut horizontal chain, Dagley relies on systemic variations of simple geometric motifs to create hardnosed paintings that push the boundaries of abstract art.

Mark Dagley, Bronze Orange Polygon Chain, 2011, acrylic and pencil canvas, 45 x 148 inches. Courtesy of Matthew Deleget.

Mark Dagley, Bronze Orange Polygon Chain, 2011, acrylic and pencil canvas, 45 x 148 inches. Courtesy of Matthew Deleget.

Kati Vilim’s Extempore Refrain is an abstract digital projection that transforms the façade of ArtBloc into an audiovisual multisensory experience. Like her hard-edged geometric paintings, Vilim’s digital projection uses algorithms to explore color, form, and repetition. In many ways, this work is a time-based painting.

A rendering of Kati Vilim's Extempore Refrain. Courtesy of the artist.

A rendering of Kati Vilim’s Extempore Refrain. Courtesy of the artist.

Mark Dagley: Recent Paintings and Kati Vilim: Extempore Refrain is a presentation of SILVERMAN and Hamilton Square Condominium Association. This program, curated by Brendan Carroll, is presented in partnership with ArtBloc. This event is part of JC Fridays.

For additional information on the artists, go here Mark Dagley and here Kati Vilim.

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