at Zhulong Gallery through march 07
by Todd Camplin

Zhulong Gallery celebrates artists that are using new tools and media to make works of art and the show
with Matthew Plummer-Fernandez & Anne Katrine Senstad is no different. This unique Dallas gallery offers
this month; color gradient visual stimuli and some interesting ear candy. Simple and beautiful, I felt
calmed and relaxed by the atmosphere the art pieces seem to create.
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or even a Russian Suprematist like Kazimir Malevichven. I don’t really see the magical thinking
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C-PRINT, 50 x 60 inches
Matthew Plummer-Fernandez
Digital Native 1L (left) and Digital Native 6L, 2012
3D printed (plaster, ink, adhesive)
4.8 x 5.3 x 13 inches

Still from We Met Heads On, 2012
Digital video (5:01)
Digital Native 5, 2012
3D printed (plaster, ink, adhesive)
24 x 26 x 6cm
objects resemble pottery, but his process in making the pots is far removed from the past. Pottery has
several elements that are left to chance. The thickness and shape of each object a potter makes can
vary, even if the potter is making the same bowl over and over again. The glazed color of the bowl is
also affected by the firing, which adds a bit of randomness to the process. Plummer-Fernandez can
control all aspects of the process and each object can come out perfectly like the previous object.
His work process is likely a precursor for our future of creating home items. Plummer-Fernandez adds
a video element which seems to acts as blueprints to the actual objects.
CK2A9, 2013
C-PRINT, 20x24 inches
Matthew Plummer-Fernandez and Anne Katrine Senstad will be showing their colors till March 7th. Then
on March 14th,
Zhulong Gallery will have their next opening with Mark Tribe and a show titled New
Landscapes. I am excited to see these imaginary, yet realistic looking photos of aerial views of
the ground.