Caught in Time and Space: Past Lost in Infinity

An Exhibition of Valery Koshlyakov and Pancho Quilici

Opens Friday September 11

Continues through October

Mysteriously reflecting on architecture in space and time, human vs. celestial; Valery Koshlyakov, often referred to as 'Museal' for his deconstruction of historical monuments, and Pancho Quilici, whose architectural landscapes envision an alternative cosmos, are brought together to create a sense of being lost in infinity, where the past remains an illusional perception and the future... a guided unknown.