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In his third exhibition with the gallery, Faris McReynolds expands upon his loosely narrative style by capturing moments of transition, where people and objects may collide, multiply or fall apart. These are images full of possibility and disconnection, evoking the uncertainty of a world transforming. Influenced by artists as historically diverse as Warhol, Bacon and the Impressionists, McReynolds explores how an image can be broken down through multiple layers of appropriation, from film to video to digital to paint, showing that the impression of an event is infinitely more telling than its details.