Providence artist, composer, and musician Gerard Avila LeDoux presents a series of new work that reflect on the rhythm, detail, and flow of life as it unfolds. Gerard states,
I present the visual representation of my own creative
experience through these works, works produced through processes
of reflection, iteration and repetition. An unseen mathematical
structure seems to underlie our visual world, a structure that I explore
with color, shape and position.
In preparation for his exhibit at AS220, LeDoux created a short video introduction to his work, studio and practice, including original cello music.
LeDoux’s work will be on view at AS220’s Reading Room located at 93 Mathewson St. through June 27th. Viewings are available by appointment. Please contact AS220 Gallery Director Neal Walsh at firstname.lastname@example.org. Appointments available on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturday.
The AS220 Reading Room is located at the AS220 Project Space on 93 Mathewson St. in the historic Dreyfus Building. Contact Gallery Director Neal Walsh for appointments or inquires at email@example.com.