Anne Fudyma: Synchronistic Space

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PROJECTS GALLERY: AUG 9 | OCT 12, 2019
OPENING RECEPTION: AUG 30, 2019

Fudyma’s series explores moments of synchronicity—a term first coined by Carl Jung as a way to define meaningful coincidences. What causes these events to happen is unexplainable, but some describe them as religious phenomenon, signs from the universe, paranormal activity, or a subconscious connection. Often, these palpable experiences connect unrelated thoughts, objects, and energy, in a way that creates a deep meaningful experience.

In Synchronicity Space, ethereal lines and shapes that shift in and out of focus, seemingly bubbling up from the surface below, create a sense of depth within the paintings. These movements visualize these moments of synchronicity, for Fudyma, in a way that mirrors the inner, energetic, emotional world that such experiences create.


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