A Sculpture From Kuh Del Rosario’s New Pop-Up Show ‘Against Nature’

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by Avalon Mott | If you’ve ever had the pleasure of coming across a Kuh Del Rosario sculpture before, you have seen art intersecting with science in a truly beautiful form. Her pieces address the juxtaposition of fantasy and reality, using memory as an entry point. Having recently shown at FIELD Contemporary and Kit and Ace (as part of The Wall project), Kuh is proving that sculpture is a medium of substance and grace.

Her most recent exhibition, Against Nature, is popped-up by Unity Gallery at The Bakery Gallery, just off Commercial and Franklin. Aptly named, this exhibition was inspired by the 1884 novel of the same name by J.K. Huysmans, which examines the material world as it punctuates the human experience. For this collection of sculptures Kuh used materials harvested from short walks and long travels, as well as synthetic oddities pulled from her own possessions. Against Nature opens this Friday evening (tonight), March 11, from 7pm ­to 10pm and continues until the 25th.

Artist: Kuh Del Rosario | Piece: Midgdgtd, 2016 approx 13 x 9 x 20″
Price: $1,100 | Gallery: Unity Gallery (hosted by The Bakery Gallery) | Fri, Mar 11 – Mar 25)

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