Lois Goglia originally found her inspiration at a veterinary hospital. While sitting in the treatment room, Goglia’s eyes fixated on an animal X-ray mounted on a light box hanging on a wall across the room. She found the animal image beautiful, despite its associations with illness. Its value contrasts, textures, and anatomical shapes made the X-ray visually compelling. X-rays provided a thematic concept that she is still investigating today: the relationship between art and science.
Opening Reception Friday, April 12
5 — 7:30 p.m.
EKG, 3600 Market Street