Jered Sprecher‘s first museum exhibition, “Outside In” at the Knoxville Museum of Art, features an unusual installation strategy that evokes intimate domestic spaces and enables viewers to experience his recent work in two ways: as both a partitioned environment and as individual objects. The paintings are based on a range of found imagery–birds, flowers, and forests–but after Sprecher runs them through a rigorous digitization process, little trace of the natural remains intact.
Bonus: Watch a 10-minute video of Sprecher talking about the ideas behind the unorthodox installation.
“Jered Sprecher: Outside In,” Knoxville Museum of Art, Knoxville, TN. Through April
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