April 9, 2015 by: Natalie Fleming
Please join MFA Student Nate Hodge for the opening of his thesis exhibition, Cyclic Succession, from 6-9pm on Friday, April 10th at Hi-Temp Fabrication, 79 Perry Street. Cyclic Succession places process front and foremost while incorporating the temporal aspect that has become important to Hodge’s practice. Within the gallery space, line, shape, and color grow over and into the surfaces in the environment into which they have been introduced. For a brief time, house paints and inks are allowed to crawl over walls and colonize surfaces, creating an immersive installation specific to the location at Hi Temp.