Rock Flour, 11/4/16 - 11/20/16
ROCK FLOUR was a two person exhibition of local artists, Natalia Gomez and Seth LeDonne. Both exhibited new bodies of site specific work that functioned as solo exhibitions. These artists' contrasting languages dug up questions about how contemporary life hides and exploits human curiosity and the lengths we go to chase enlightenment.
Natalia Gomez is a Pittsburgh-based artist working in sculpture and photography. She received her BFA from Carnegie Mellon University with a double concentration in sculpture and photography. Through sculpture, installation, and photography, Natalia Gomez explores the conceptual facets of the commercial building process such as, the economy of construction and the aim for perfection. Utilizing construction materials and methods, she draws from the built environments she has both lived-in and passed-through as a means of uncovering the hidden craft of labor and the politics of domestic space.
Seth LeDonne is a multidisciplinary artist from/living in/working in SW-Pennsylvania. He uses images and words to highlight and amplify the meaning surrounding our day-to-day experiences. Seth has self-published zines and small art books for the past decade and currently creates drawings, paintings, writing, and photos. His preferred camera is the original Iphone 4. He maintains a studio at Radiant Hall, Lawrenceville.