robdoane_at_farm_forfarm

rob doane_landlessness

April 26 – May 20, 2014

Con­sist­ing of paint­ings, instal­la­tion, sculp­ture
and com­mu­nity events this exhi­bi­tion hinges upon
the par­tic­i­pa­tion of the pub­lic. PLEASE COME!
Open­ing recep­tion: Sat­ur­day, April 26, 6–8p
May 03, 2–5pm: field research 01, com­mu­nity project.
May 10, 2–5pm: field research 02, com­mu­nity project.
May 17, 2–5pm: con­struc­tion of com­mu­nity zine.

Rob Doane is an artist liv­ing and work­ing in Well­fleet, Mass­a­chu­setts. Ener­gized by the diverse land­scape and resplen­dent light of outer Cape Cod, his abstract paint­ings, sculp­ture, and videos engage in a rela­tional dia­log between the nat­ural world and the built envi­ron­ment. Rob’s field research, among the ocean, dunes, beaches, ponds and woods of Well­fleet, informs his vibrant color palette. Vast swaths of rich blues and reds are tem­pered with steely blue gray and char­coal burnishing.

As Her­man Melville scribed in Moby Dick, “in land­less­ness alone resides the high­est truth,” Rob Doane, Land­less­ness asks us to leave our com­fort zone and seek a higher truth.

robdoane_at_farm_forfarm

rob doane_landlessness

April 26 – May 20, 2014

Con­sist­ing of paint­ings, instal­la­tion, sculp­ture
and com­mu­nity events this exhi­bi­tion hinges upon
the par­tic­i­pa­tion of the pub­lic. PLEASE COME!
Open­ing recep­tion: Sat­ur­day, April 26, 6–8p
May 03, 2–5pm: field research 01, com­mu­nity project.
May 10, 2–5pm: field research 02, com­mu­nity project.
May 17, 2–5pm: con­struc­tion of com­mu­nity zine.

Rob Doane is an artist liv­ing and work­ing in Well­fleet, Mass­a­chu­setts. Ener­gized by the diverse land­scape and resplen­dent light of outer Cape Cod, his abstract paint­ings, sculp­ture, and videos engage in a rela­tional dia­log between the nat­ural world and the built envi­ron­ment. Rob’s field research, among the ocean, dunes, beaches, ponds and woods of Well­fleet, informs his vibrant color palette. Vast swaths of rich blues and reds are tem­pered with steely blue gray and char­coal burnishing.

As Her­man Melville scribed in Moby Dick, “in land­less­ness alone resides the high­est truth,” Rob Doane, Land­less­ness asks us to leave our com­fort zone and seek a higher truth.