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September 16, 2007 to May 26, 2008 |

Charlotte Schulz: An Insufficiency in Our Screens

Charlotte Schulz's charcoal drawings invite us to explore strange composite architectural spaces in which dreams blend with memory and reality. “Making images is a process of realizing what is in my mind and imagination, and is surprising to me,” says Charlotte Schulz. Her most recent works are elaborate drawings, intermingling images and imagination. Fragments of buildings are tethered together, and inside unfolds into outside space and back again. The spaces she renders appear to be unpopulated, allowing the viewer to easily step in as protagonist.

An Insufficiency in Our Screens will travel to Mills College Art Museum in Oakland, California, following its debut at The Aldrich.