Alec Aita UNITD Artist's Reception

artHYPE
5355 Cartwright Ave Suite 116, North Hollywood, CA 91601
May 07, 6 PM - 9 PM — ends May 16, 2022
ALEC AITA at artHYPE Now

The UNITD series of works blur the boundaries of expressionism, modernism, and minimalism, formally opening up a continuous conversation pertaining to certain aesthetics.

Alec Aita is a contemporary artist based in Easton, Maryland. His work explores a spectrum of mediums including sculpture, painting, collage, photography and video, bringing forth questions and exploration into identity and perception.

Aita’s work has been shown in multiple venues around the country, is included in numerous private collections, and he has participated in residencies internationally.

Perception varies between individuals, presenting the opportunity to investigate, interpret, select, and organize sensory information in unique and deeply personal ways. While exploring the topics of identity and perception, Aita’s work deals with the emotional and cognitive response an individual can have to an object. He creates objects in order to provoke introspective awareness among humans as to provide an opportunity to reflect and confront experiences, beliefs, and biases.

Aita’s work consists of abstracted representations of disconnected realities, while impulsively reacting to a heightened physical and cognitive state. Providing room for visceral exploration, these bodies explore the tension between external and internal, providing a platform to examine the physicality of these objects while hypnotically retreating to a retrospective point of view.

artHYPE Gallery is proud to host Alec Aita's UNITD Artist's Reception Saturday, May 7th, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

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