David Kasdorf hand-builds tiny models of common things: row
houses, kitchen furniture, bare mattresses.
His final light jet prints reveal the painstaking deliberations
of boyhood model making simultaneously enhanced and subverted through
the anxious spasms of digital manipulation. In one print, Kasdorf
presents a nondescript interior lined with upright mattresses--a
prefab little world of prohibited sleep and limited dreams.
Perhaps in this fabricated domain, the restless artist can
metaphorically contemplate the fate of art as we know it.