Jancar Jones Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibit of new work and an immersive installation by Los Angeles-based artist Ryan Fabel.
For this exhibition Fabel interrogates the variation between how space is initially remembered and how memory acts as an agent in the perception of new space. Fabel’s installation in the gallery will act as an intermediary and an attempt to collapse this distinction, by facilitating a situation that will allow the spectator to examine the gap between the interior self and the social.
By transforming the quality of the walls and lights in the gallery, Fabel will begin to unravel the prescribed state of the exhibition space. Through his interest in human awareness and perception, Fabel addresses how direction and disruption influences acuity and highlights the contradictions in labor, production, and ultimately reception.
Ryan Fabel (b. 1980) received his MFA from Washington University in St. Louis in 2010, and attended The Mountain School of Arts, Los Angeles in 2012. He has worked on projects and exhibited at White Flag Projects, St. Louis, MO, Kulturprojekte, Berlin, Germany, UICA, Grand Rapids, MI, and Reference Art Gallery, Richmond, VA. He lives and works in Los Angeles, California.