Shapes/Forms and surfaces are nice. Content problematic, though I get it. Odd counterpoint to Anya Galaccio (seen just before same day. See here). Also organic wall address, but materially, and therefore significaby different signs, Animal Charm rug v. Galaccio obsidian. In both cases light and time are working very differently in result, but apparent at least on the surfaces, the former in Animal Charm is abstract in the virtual (projected light) while the latter in Galaccio is concrete (residue of natural processes, particular as noted at the edges).
Interesting setup (composition in terms of video projection and reflective surface, carpet in this case). While not so sure about the video content in general for each of these, I do like the three vertical "fingers" piece titled, "Tre Amici," 2014. Seeing this show reminded me how I thought Animal Charm's work was one of the more intriguing ones at this year's Paramount Ranch art fair (see my coverage of said event here . Alas I didn't capture their work then). Unfortunately, in that instance at Paramount Ranch, it wasn't clear to me whose work it was nor what it's context would really be. It seemed cast off into a general assembling area where no one else was. Now that I've made the connection, I can relate the works as so much sputum/vomit on the floor taken to the wall, or another way to think about it, as process oriented sculpture brought into the realm of painting through video installation. Some form of consumption to be sure.