Off the Wall

New World -- Lost Days, Cameron Fuller’s solo show at Fort Gondo in February of this year, revealed Fuller’s interest in both process and narrative. Fuller’s wall-mounted flat sculptures -- constructed of paper animal silhouettes and delicately wrought lace (all cut by hand) -- displayed a sense of heavy drama as well as a remarkable attention to craftsmanship. His tape vignettes took the craftsmanship element even further; Fuller built a multiperspective, two-dimensional room on Gondo’s back wall with strips of blue and black electrical tape, “drawing” the angles of wall and ceiling and furniture with the tape directly on the actual wall. Depending on where you stood, the piece appeared to be either a three-dimensional construction or an off-kilter, two-dimensional representation of another room. Fuller shows more of his evocative work in the new group show Fast Times at White Flag Projects, the final exhibit of the season at White Flag Projects (4568 Manchester Avenue; 314-531-3442 or All seven of the artists showing are BFA or MFA candidates at area universities; the show opens with a free public reception from 7 to 10 p.m. on Saturday, June 2. White Flag Projects is open Wednesday and Saturday, and the work remains up through Saturday, June 30.
Wednesdays, Saturdays. Starts: June 2. Continues through June 30

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