Away Mission: new works by Stephanie Arnett and Martha McCollough

Away Mission: a metaphor for daydreaming and the internal life, in which the mind steps away from the perceptions created by the body and uses memory to form a constellation of thoughts that reverse-engineer possible futures.

June 6th – 27th

In Away Mission, Stephanie Arnett works with constructed landscapes, experimental photography, and log entries (drawings). Arnett is a Boston-based photographer and artist. Her photography has been recognized by Photo District News and the Magenta Foundation.

Martha McCollough ventures into new media (macro lens photography,) new subject (text as image,) and new scale. She will also be showing several video poems. McCollough is a videographer and writer who lives in Chelsea, Massachusetts. Her video poems have been exhibited internationally, and have appeared in Triquarterly, Rattapallax, and El Aleph.

Opening Reception:
Saturday, June 6th, 6-9 pm

Third Thursday Reception:
June 18th, 6-9 pm

Gallery Hours:
Fridays and Saturdays, 2-6pm or by appointment.