Gerry Dotto, "The Slipperier Slope (detail)," 2015
Gerry Dotto, "The Slipperier Slope (detail)," 2015, Sculpture - road sign (silk screen print on white high-intensity reflective film on aluminum), aluminum post, cast iron break-away coupling, vinyl 8ft 3” high x 40.5” wide x 40.5” long
Flow of Traffic Theory is a visual survey of conceptual artist, Gerry Dotto’s driving experiences and encounters on the road. This exhibit features photography, collaged studies, altered objects and sculptural replicas that depict road-related imagery and entities. These audacious and refreshingly humorous works urge us to ponder our daily contact and interaction with public forms of graphic communication.
Opening Reception and Artwalk: Thursday, June 2, 6 – 9 pm
Exhibition runs June 2– July 2, 2016
Gerry Dotto, "Stickers or Stamps, Crutches or Stilts," 2014
Gerry Dotto, "Stickers or Stamps, Crutches or Stilts," 2014, digital print on photo paper, 22” x 17”