On view through March 12, OCHI’s exhibition of the artist Brian Wills debuts 12 new wall-hanging works representative of the artist’s signature visual language. Placed strategically throughout the gallery, in one room viewers will find minimalistic works playing with a repeated palette of green, yellow, red, and turquoise. To make these works, Wills has wrapped threads vertically and horizontally around painted panels, creating a surface that plays with the viewers’ perception. And in the smaller gallery, which Wills has painted from top to bottom in Yves Klein’s International Klein Blue, the artist’s knowledge of the visual cortex has crafted an experience that leads visitors on an observatory journey around the space, their gaze bouncing from wall to wall as they take in another suite of Wills’s thread-wrapped panels.
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