Art Hopping

    Jason Sherry & Scott Horsley
    Luis de Jesus Seminal Projects
    2040 India St.
    San Diego, CA 92101
    Through Nov. 24

    New sculptural installations and photo-based collage works
    by Jason Sherry, and new line drawings by Scott Horsley opened Nov. 2 at the
    Luis de Jesus Seminal Projects gallery, one of San Diego’s most provocative and progressive
    artistic spaces. Searching for the roots of human motivation, Sherry explores
    alchemist traditions within Western culture. Sherry (like the alchemist) turns
    a putrid topic to gold, using humor to explore the stages of human ignorance.
    Scott Horsley, a UCSD MFA candidate, exhibits epic works that depict — in
    Spartan black-and-white line drawings — a vast cast of characters. Seemingly
    nonsensical portrayals, like that of an octopus collapsed beside an erected
    scaffold or dozens of masked muggers battling each other, are endless readings
    of contemporary iconographies, including
    sex, violence and constructed masculinity.

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