Visual Arts

August 20, 2014 7:00 AM

A sense of immanence pervades KC artist James Woodfill’s exhibit at City Ice Arts

James Woodfill’s poetic exhibit, which continues through Sept. 13 at City Ice Arts, features photographs, abstract paintings and different compilations of tables and workstations placed at intervals around the gallery. The entirety of the space reads as an evocative stage set for an event suspended in potential.

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