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Susan kae Grant

Susan kae Grant: Collective Ruminations

On view at Conduit Gallery is Dallas based artist Susan kae Grant’s sixth solo exhibition, “Collective Ruminations.” For the exhibition, Grant juxtaposes infinite white patterns—both natural and fabricated—with historic illustrations exploring meditative states. These juxtapositions reflect the artist’s fascination with meditation, and childhood memories of pictographs and simple line drawings from the dictionary that evoke a pictorial language of wordless narratives.

In creating the images featured in “Collective Ruminations,” the artist portrays a sustained attentiveness and sense of natural order. Grant’s interest in myth, memory and metaphor as well as the science of neural pathways is omnipresent throughout the exhibition. In a world filled with distractions and uncertainties, Grant’s work represents a sense of simplicity and balance.

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