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The images I create with projected light are brittle; they disappear when someone blocks the projector beam or turns on the lights. Reliefs raise or sink portions of their surface to come closer to a more honest, three-dimensional existence which they cannot fully embody. The coexistence of the projector alongside a work of art, the inescapable one-sided-ness of relief, creates the impression of an imperfect attempt to appear before the viewer. The work of art is trying its best to be here with you.
I usually work in a figurative mode, trying to conjure image of something even if that something cannot easily be given a name.
What relevance do these apparitions have for Americans trying to make their way through the terrible possibilities of a new decade? Are my images as real as these dark prospects? What do they look like? What do they want to tell us? That is what I am attempting to discover.
Henry Krusoe received a BFA in Studio Art and Philosophy from Vassar College in 2018 before joining Angels Gate Cultural Center as a resident artist in 2019.