In the front gallery, featuring the work of Martha Sue Harris


msharris_newcropped.jpgExhibition runs:  Friday, February 8 – Saturday March 1, 2008
Opening Reception:  Friday, February 8, 6-9 PM
Gallery Hours: Wednesdays – Saturdays, 1-6PM


Interior Landscapes is a new installation created from soft sculpture, painting and animation with new music by Radius. This work explores forms and narratives inspired by botany, internal organs, and the idea of worlds within worlds. Harris’s installations present the variety of relationships between plants and animals and their symbiotic and parasitic environments.

Martha Sue Harris grew up the only child of metalwork artists in a small house in the outskirts of Tucson, Arizona. The flora and fauna of the Sonoran Desert gave her an eye for the strange and wondrous in nature. She moved to the Bay Area in the early nineties to attend CCA and graduated with a degree in Film/Video and Painting. Martha Sue currently lives in San Francisco with her husband Jim and works out of her studio in Potrero Hill.