CHRIS KAHLER
Permutate (Gallery 2)

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Marking the artist's ninth solo exhibition with the gallery, Chris Kahler presents a series of recent works on paper titled "Permutate." The new series offers a unique body of work emerging from the questioning of linear possibilities and systematic process. The new work pertains to the concepts of destruction and regeneration, and the rhythm of emerging forms. Kahler's exploration of negative space, light, and intersecting planes has resulted in arresting juxtapositions of biomorphic and ephemeral forms. Similar to previous works he explores the "boundaries between physical and psychological time, between phenomena and the variable conceptual filters for understanding them." In conjunction with the exhibition, Bruno David Gallery Publications will publish a catalogue of the artists work with an exhibition history and bibliography.

Chris Kahler is the Department Chair and Professor of Painting and Drawing at Eastern Illinois University. He received his B.F.A. at Ohio Wesleyan University and M.F.A. from Northwestern University, Chicago, IL. Kahler has been the subject of numerous one-person exhibitions at venues including the Richard Ross Art Museum, Delaware, OH (2014); Anita Wooten Gallery, Valencia College, Orlando, FL (2011); John P. Weatherhead Gallery, University of Saint Francis, Fort Wayne, IN (2009); Museum of Surgical Science, Chicago, IL (2002).

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Biolumen 7B
Acrylic and ink on paper

26 x 20 inches
Biolumen 8B
Acrylic and ink on paper

26 x 20 inches
Biolumen 9B
Acrylic and ink on paper

30 x 22 inches
Biolumen 10B
Acrylic and ink on paper

30 x 22 inches
Biolumen 11B
Acrylic and ink on paper

30 x 22 inches
Biolumen 12B
Acrylic and ink on paper

30 x 22 inches
Biolumen 13B
Acrylic and ink on paper

30 x 22 inches
Biolumen 8A
Acrylic and ink on paper

22 x 30 inches
Biolumen 10A
Acrylic and ink on paper

22 x 30 inches
Biolumen 7A
Acrylic and ink on paper

22 x 30 inches



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