Join us at Steven Wolf Fine Arts for an in depth look into the making of Wax House of Wax, an exhibition of new work by San Francisco-based artist Matt Borruso.
Borruso will discuss his studio and research projects, which combine such seemingly disparate elements as burl slabs, found objects, cast wax sculptures, and visual elements from horror films and interior design magazines. The display of these objects—set in an array of mirrors both real and metaphorical—produces an eerie modernist space haunted by a breakdown of the grid.
Wax House of Wax is on view from September 13 - October 25, 2014, Wednesday through saturday from 12pm -6pm.
About the artist
Matt Borruso lives and works in San Francisco. Solo shows include The Hermit's Revenge Fantasy and Full Spectrum Aura at Steven Wolf Fine Arts, Return to Holy Mountain at 2nd Floor Projects, andScanners, a collaboration with Nick Hoff at the Mina Dresden Gallery. His work has been included in exhibitions at the Manhattan Cultural Council, Derek Eller, and Anna Kustera in New York; the San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery; the Headlands Center for the Arts; and recently at Exile Projects in Berlin, among others. In September 2014 his work will be featured in Allegorical Procedures: Bay Area Collage 1950-Present at San Francisco State University.