to the mind’s eye of Sonja Wagner.
The view from here is anything but one-dimensional—in fact,
you might at first take these exhibits as the work of eight different
artists. That’s a testament to Wagner’s imagination
and technical skills.
Underlying this versatility, however, is a repeated invitation.
As you move from gallery to gallery, you’ll notice a subtle
shift in the boundaries between you and the shapes you see.
From metal paintings to photography, from erotica to Buddhist
imagery, each piece reaches out to engage us in dialogue. The
images ask us to consider how we see what we see.
No matter which gallery most speaks to you, the work you’ll
find challenges you to respond. After you hang it in your home
or workplace, you’ll notice others slowing down for a closer
look. Like you, they’ll be trying to figure something out—not
just what the piece is saying to them, but what they have to say