Lowell Ryan Projects is pleased to present “Future Jupiter,” a solo-exhibition by LA-based artist Amy Kim Keeler. RSVP HERE for an appointment to see the exhibition.
The show will feature sixteen of her intimately-sized works all hand-stitched in cotton thread on corrugated cardboard. For each, Keeler balances precision with intuition, speaking in a nonobjective vocabulary that emphasizes seriality, geometry, and gradation of color. Expansive and intimate, organic and mathematical, her work achieves a spiritualism both rooted in and transcendent of the natural world.
Keeler’s artistic practice grows out of the spiritual belief system Anthroposophy, a philosophical movement founded in the early 20th century by Rudolph Steiner that propounds inner development through imagination, inspiration, and intuition. Occupying a space between mysticism and empiricism, Anthroposophists believe that a person’s every action, thought, and feeling directly impacts our collective future––a new condition of consciousness (defined by perfected imagination) called Future Jupiter, for which the exhibition is titled.
On view: July 18 – August 29, 2020
What: “Future Jupiter,” Kim Keeler
Where: Lowell Ryan Projects, 4851 West Adams Blvd., LA, 90016
When: RSVP HERE for an appointment to see the exhibition
Phone: 323 998 0063