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Biomorphism

Biomorphism models artistic design elements on naturally occurring patterns or shapes reminiscent of nature and living organisms. Taken to its extreme it attempts to force naturally occurring shapes onto functional devices.

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"Growth and Decay is a group exhibition featuring six artists working in diverse mediums with roots in biomorphism, or art that refers to or evokes living forms. This show aims to explore the dialog between the structured organization and order of systems in a state of development and growth, contrasted with the chaotic nature of decomposition and the breaking down of components during their inevitable decline and decay. Each artist has developed their own visual language and creative interpretation of the living world, providing a unique viewing experience that combines elements of biology with a delicate mix of surrealism and abstraction. Featuring work by: Emily Barletta, Alana Bograd, Jackie Brown, Lindsay Chandler, Marguerita Hagan, and Samantha Jones."

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