Debra Scacco featured in 2-TIMES 12.4.15

2-TIMES · Art
Debra Scacco,
‘The Letting Go’

Inspired by:

Collective isolation; and driven by the persistent need to (re)discover permanence in a contemporary life that is by nature always in transition.

The works:

Discuss the impossibility of truly releasing our personal geographies — the trinity of time, memory and place that form our individual identities — while giving voice to the compellingly unattainable fantasy of fixing our complete personal history into one singular place.

“Perhaps there is no past or future. Only the perpetual present that contains this trinity of memory.”
—Patti Smith.

The exhibition:

Is anchored both visually and conceptually by ‘The Letting Go’, a central installation composed of nearly 20,000 feet of hand-dyed nautical rope tethered into an expansive spacial exploration across two of the primary gallery walls.

Also featured:

Large-scale works on paper, board,and mirrored film.

On view at:
Klowden Mann

6023 Washington Blvd,
Culver City, CA 90232,
United States

January 9, 2016.


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