Art In America

Jude Broughan

at Churner and Churner,
205 10th Ave.

The 14 stitched-together compositions in New Zealand-born artist Jude Broughan's first show at Churner and Churner combine (mostly) black-and-white photographs with materials like vinyl, tape, gel medium, paper and fabric. Some of the photos look like vintage snapshots—for example, the quiet street scene in Soft Space—while other imagery is more abstract (Neon RenderingBedside Lamp). Broughan's playful arrangements highlight the contrasting textures of her various collaged materials.

 

 

 

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