Courtside Manner – A solo exhibition by Andrew Ordonez
July 15th – August 11th, 2016
On 3rd Friday in July, Kiosk Gallery presents Courtside Manner – A solo exhibition by Andrew Ordonez. In this exhibition of prints and paper assemblage, Ordonez explores awareness of optical phenomena by means of physical and digital accumulation. The assemblage constructions embody characteristics of a two-dimensional lineage, built with traces of instructional manuscripts such as text- and coloring books. Curiously mining mass-printed productions, Ordonez embraces the paper constructions as habitats for image building. Each Xeroxed mass conglomerate possesses the nature of cartography, stereograms and collected histories.
Andrew Ordonez is a visual artist living and working in Kansas City, MO. Among many themes, his current practice explores the facets and dynamics of public spaces, genealogy, and the role of the inhabitant. He primarily works in photo media, painting, sculpture and décollage.
An artist’s reception will be held Friday, July 15th, 6-9 pm. The show runs through August 11th, open Fridays 12-6 pm, Saturdays 12-4 pm, and by appointment.