Traver Gallery is excited to welcome Erica Rosenfeld and Jessica Julius to Traver Gallery with their joint exhibition, Between the Edge of Reflection.
In this dynamic exhibition, Erica and Jessica transform the physical gallery space with their immersive installations. Consisting of tiny clusters of laced glass orbs, crystals, cut paper, paintings, and foraged relics, their conceptually potent and visually eccentric sculptures are thoughtfully assembled into unusual groups, creating microcosms and otherworldly spaces for us to explore. Through their interwoven intricate networks of words and symbols, Erica and Jessica explore themes of complex human relationships, the order in disorder, and finding beauty in the most absurd or unusual places.
Having first met at an artist residency in 2000, Erica and Jessica have a long-established relationship of sisterhood, friendship, and artistic collaboration. They are founding members of The Burnt Asphalt Family, an artist collective creating community-centric performance art and experiences. These performances are a hybrid of dinner parties, happenings, and interactive installations performed throughout the United States at various Museums and Universities. Between the Edge of Reflection is their first two-person collaborative exhibition.