The Echo Fields @ Johansson Projects

Johansson Projects presents “The Echo Fields,” works by Val Britton and Michael Meyers.


Val Britton

Mike Myers makes elegant sculptures out wood and other basic materials. Like Rube Goldberg contraptions processed through a minimalist filter, these objects are like first visual impressions of machine construction without al the tedious and necessary design elements of functionality. Some of Val Britton’s cut and reconstructed paper landscapes evoke star charts or interstellar maps, while while others feel like satellite views of planetary landscapes complete with futuristic cities.


Mike Myers


Val Britton and Michael Meyers


Val Britton


Mike Myers


Mike Myers


Val Britton

Project Room – Show Me – works by Jennifer and Kevin McCoy


Jennifer and Kevin McCoy

In the project space Jennifer and Kevin McCoy display tiny models filmed with miniature cameras with the results projected on the wall. There is also a television monitor in the far back room showing DVDs of various actors hired to talk about the art of famous artists as if it were their own. In one vignette, a young woman nervously presents her work (actually the work of Donald Judd) and stumbles through typical art school explanations of the work’s intentions and meanings. The result is quite charming.


Jennifer and Kevin McCoy

Note: This show opened on May 9th and runs through June 20.


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