Ivelisse Jimenez | UNC Campus: Hanes Art Center | Arts | Indy Week
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Ivelisse Jimenez 

When: Oct. 3-28 2016



Ivelisse Jiménez explodes the lineaments of abstract painting into three-dimensional space. In her installations, bright swipes and patterns of paint on the walls are augmented with hovering, tensile compositions of plastic, wire, and thread. Jiménez, a graduate of the University of Puerto Rico and New York University who has shown in galleries around the world, adds a short but carefully worked length of Z axis to most abstractionists' X and Y, resulting in pieces that change not only depending on the viewer but on where the viewer physically stands. The artist leads a workshop from two to five p.m. before this opening reception from six to eight, after which the exhibit is on view through Oct. 28. —Brian Howe

6–8 p.m., free, www.art.unc.edu

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