"I've long been intrigued by discarded objects and found images, regarding them as potent and poetic cultural artifacts," Mead said in a statement. "Acting in the role of a bricoleur, for years I have collected and categorized these materials as resources for my artistic practice."
Mead, like many artists, is especially interested in the juxtaposition of unexpected objects and how the meaning of those objects change depending on their context. His collages in this show combine items like architectural blueprints with
"Micro-Architecture" opens with a reception as part of the Allentown First Fridays event at
For a full list of galleries participating in Friday's event, visit www.firstfridaysallentown.com.
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