Hatch Project Work > Power Lines

incandescent device
Acrylic and ribbon on panel
24 x 36 inches
2012
red tide
aluminium plate lithograph
15 x 22 inches
2012
harpies of Thebes
Colored pencil, ink and chalk on paper
22 x 30 inches
2012
axis of duality
Acrylic, thread and ink on paper
22 x 30 inches
2012
lunar fortune
Colored pencil on paper
22 x 30 inches
2012
Delphic delta
aluminium plate lithograph
15 x 22 inches
2012
ether-eal heart
Acrylic, paper and matches on paper
22 x 30 inches
2012
phlogiston collar
Acrylic, paper, color-aid and matches on board
16 x 20 inches
2011

Work from Power Lines, curated by Regin Igloria at Chicago Artists' Coalition Gallery (217 N. Carpenter Street) March 16, 2012

POWER LINES showcased the recent work of HATCH Projects artists Angela Davis Fegan and Alexandra Lee (ATYL), two artists exploring formal and metaphoric boundaries. Delineated thoughtfully through ink and collage on paper, Angela Davis Fegan’s drawings exemplify a keen interest in the world of fashion and feminism. Through fantastical imagery and iconography, Fegan’s work challenges notions of everyday existence. Alexandra Lee’s (ATYL) large mixed-media installations take on a similar vein of empowerment by questioning our own sense of reality. Lee’s use of paper and other found objects are layered, multiplied, and organized as elaborate convictions of what is right, or not right, in this world.