Expanding Fields opens this Friday, February 24 from 6pm to 9pm.

The Lexington Art League's latest exhibition organized by guest curator, Cat Wentworth, seeks to broaden the understanding of architecture beyond the conventional notion of building buildings. Participating local and national artists all have architectural backgrounds and will present work that challenge the boundary between architecture and other disciplines. 

Rebecca Cox who specializes in design and branded environments at Nomi will exhibit four pieces which seek to physically and emotionally document experience, culture and place through collage, drawing and painting. Over a period of two years Rebecca lived and worked in in four different neighborhoods of Berlin, Germany; moving each time with only two suitcases. Experiences and interactions became more important than possessions. Rebecca began documenting these moments by gathering and composing small, transportable artifacts into collage and by generating cognitive maps of her path through and perception of the city. She continues to travel, collecting rather than purchasing ‘souvenirs’ and transforming them using collage, painting and drawing to create visual, personal records of her experiences.

Read more about the exhibit and get the details here: ttp://www.lexingtonartleague.org/upcoming.html