Andrea Gaydos Landau Bit
18" x 15" Seven color silkscreen and inert particles
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Andrea Gaydos Landau's installations play with the slippage between accumulation and deterioration, both visible and indescernable.
Using residues, which act as subtle bits of information, her work suggests the reorganization of material perception and present
possibilities of alternate cosmologies. Her themes encompass the filter and what has the potential to be filtered. Andrea has
exhibited at the Hudson Valley center for Contemporary Art, in Peekskill, NY, The Museum of New Art in Pontiac, MI and the Center
for Emerging Visual Artists in Philadelphia, PA. Andrea also has work in the permanant collection of DaimlerChrysler Services in
Farmington Hills, MI. Her work appeared in "Hothouse" at Cranbrook Art Museum, an exhibition exploring the field of Fiber from the
past 37 years at Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, MI. Andrea currently lives and works in Philadelphia.