Colosky’s modest, domestically scaled linear forms are individually displayed on aluminum tables fabricated to look like lab furniture. Avoiding the frequently troublesome issue of pedestals, this presentation suggests a darkly witty commentary on the nature of cultural consumption. Covering the tabletops with black rubber, Colosky invites us to peer down upon milky and luminous glass forms — the writhing, insinuating specimens of his experimental casting process.
Julia Couzens is a Sacramento-based artist and writer whose work has been widely shown, most recently at the di Rosa Preserve. Her drawings and hybrid objects are in museum and public collections throughout the U.S. These include the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts; Berkeley Art Museum; Oakland Museum; Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina; and Yale University. She lives and works on Merritt Island in the Sacramento River delta.