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Brief Published: 3 Oct 2012

Jen Stark: To the Power Of


Florida-based contemporary artist Jen Stark uses simple paper-cutting techniques to create intricate, multicoloured sculptures. Martha Otero Gallery in Los Angeles is currently hosting her first ever solo exhibition, To the Power Of, in which Stark presents a new body of work exploring her interests in mathematics and spirituality.

Stark studies the harmonious rhythms demonstrated by sacred religious symbols and equations alike. Her pieces are recognisable for kaleidoscopic colour rendered in complex, three-dimensional forms cut from paper, wood and other organic materials. Common themes are replication and infinity, echoing patterns and designs found in nature. Topographic maps, geographic repetitions and prisms all inform her artworks.

To the Power Of runs until November 3 2012.

Jen Stark

Art & Design