‘Space Between’ opening reception




The Lansing Art Gallery is hosting an opening reception 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday (Jan. 25) for its newest exhibition, “Space Between,” by Gerald Collins. The event will feature a discussion with the artist as well as light refreshments.

Collins, born in Detroit, works with a range of mediums, including light and space, architecture, sculpture, photography and film. According to his bio, his art explores “the intricate nature of human experience and evolution.”

In this exhibition, Collins examines the importance of spatial relationships in how we navigate life.

“It is important for us to understand our proximity to one another. To understand our relationship to the various components that exist in our daily lives,” he writes in his artist statement. “In a society of crisis overload and real-time pandemics that have continued to reshape the way we literally and figuratively utilize space as a society, the aspect of space as it pertains to overall quality of life only grows more important.”

The reception is free and open to the public, and the exhibition will run through Feb. 24. For more information, visit lansingartgallery.org.


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