Art In America

Kelly Heaton

at Ronald Feldman,

31 Mercer St  New York, NY 10013

Most electronic art aims to blow you away with some kind of hyper-intense audio-visual experience. By contrast, the analog electronic circuitry in Kelly Heaton's "The Parallel Series" helps lull viewers into a quiet meditative trance. Many of these softly buzzing and seductively twinkling wall reliefs evoke nature settings in Heaton's native rural Virginia.

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