Explore 'Image Space/Memory Space' With Oxford, Ohio-Based Artist Joomi Chung at Weston Gallery's Artist Talk

Weston Art Gallery’s current exhibition "Image Space/Memory Space" fields physical place as it intersects with our own understanding

click to enlarge "Surfaces" - Joomi Chung/Courtesy Weston Art Gallery
Joomi Chung/Courtesy Weston Art Gallery
"Surfaces"

The overarching concept of Downtown Weston Art Gallery’s current exhibition Image Space/Memory Space fields physical place as it intersects with our own understanding. Joomi Chung of Oxford, Ohio will give an artist talk on her work, which, according to its description, unfolds as “an abstract landscape-map in an immersive installation combing objective representation and subjective experiences of places and moments.” Rendered through multiple mediums — acetate drawings, videos and installations — Chung works with the concept of fading (and altogether forgotten) memories. Also on display at Weston is Emily Moores’s Felt Embrace and John Humphries’s Rules, Recipes, and Mythology — Works on Paper. The exhibitions will be on display through Feb. 2. 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 7. Free. Weston Art Gallery, 650 Walnut St., Downtown, cincinnatiarts.org. 

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