Charles LaBelle: Selections from the Dwelling Archive
Nov. 8, 2013 – Jan. 12, 2014
Artists reception: Thurs., Nov. 7
6 – 10 pm
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For the past 20 years, Charles LaBelle has explored both the geographic and psycho-geographic space of the city. Celebrating what Walter Benjamin called the “phantasmagoria of the modern metropolis,” LaBelle’s interest is in locating and investigating the intersection of place and subjectivity – the way human identities are formed in relationship to the spaces they inhabit and pass through. After working in a variety of media for most of his career, as of 2007 LaBelle has been devoting himself to a single, ongoing project: Dwelling 1997 – ongoing.
Image: Charles LaBelle, 2009-04-09 – Bank of America – Celebration Av + Market St Downtown Celebration FL, Graphite and gesso on paper
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