Bodies of Knowledge at Cambridge Art Association
The face of a child, the grasp of a hand, an often told ancient story: these images are explored in Bodies of Knowledge. The bodies we depict may be innocent, culpable or ambiguous, but the paintings always hold a consideration of the flesh’s vulnerability. The marks reveal our subjects and, through the process of painting, reveal our subjectivity. The relationships that we explore expose tensions on both a very human scale and a larger, more allegorical one. Amidst the harsh cacophony and tumult of our current time, we hope that our various approaches to the human struggle help recall to viewers the primacy of human lives and interactions that can be obscured by the political noise.