For Michael Eastman, rooms or spaces need to have a patina produced by time and use. Spaces must be ‘lived in” and convey a feeling that someone has just left of is about to enter a room. He is always interested in the human dimension of a room – without an actual person being present. The economic splendor that is projected within a space holds little interest for Eastman – it is the breadth of human experience that is key. He is careful to leave spaces exactly as he sees them and his fascination is with the textures, colors and degradation of a building that happens over time.
Rooms that Resonate with Possibilities
Karen Knorr, Massimo Listri, Sandy Skoglund, Michael Eastman, John Dugdale and Bernard Faucon
March 27 – May 8, 2021