Bleta Jahaj February 4 - March 1, 2016

Bleta Jahaj’s work raises questions about extended bodies and disconnection, relationships between concepts of myth, gender and psychology. She works in a variety of materials both synthetic and natural, soft and hard: clear glass, latex, marble, concrete, knotted and knitted rubber, cast silk, tangled wire and dangling string.

In careful, yet surprising ways, the artist molds formally contradicting materials, celebrating their inherent inconguencies through geometrical disintegration tat defies formalization and modular precision