Jered Sprecher‘s�first museum exhibition, “Outside In” at the Knoxville Museum of Art,�features an unusual�installation strategy that�evokes intimate domestic�spaces�and enables�viewers to experience his recent work in two ways: as�both a partitioned environment�and�as individual�objects. The�paintings are based on a range of found imagery–birds, flowers, and forests–but�after Sprecher runs them�through a rigorous digitization process, little trace of the natural remains intact.
Bonus: Watch a 10-minute video of Sprecher talking about the ideas behind the unorthodox installation.
“Jered Sprecher: Outside In,”�Knoxville Museum of Art, Knoxville, TN. Through April