On View April 28, 2017 - June 3, 2017
Thursday-Saturday – 11am-4pm
Free street parking
Presented as a component of the 2017 North Charleston Arts Fest, NorthCharlestonArtsFest.com
With the use of reclaimed wood, automotive paints, and various building materials, Williams has constructed three-dimensional works that symbolize the deconstruction and transformation of local neighborhoods. Motifs employed in these works are those that Williams finds most distinctive and unique to North Charleston; colorfully painted homes, old school cars, corner stores, and churches.
Accompanying the visual works will be an experimental soundscape of “geometric minimalism” provided by clarinetist Philip Lipton. Although trained as classical clarinetist, Lipton enjoys creating experimental compositions that could be labeled surreal and fantastical. AUDIO
Fletcher and Philip are childhood friends and graduates of Charleston County School of the Arts (2005). Upon returning to Charleston from their respective institutes, both artists began attending each other’s exhibitions and performances, exchanging ideas, and decided a fusion of sound and images to be an opportunity for a unique exhibition experience.