The piece is a large, low bowl containing dozens of circular layers of colorful fabric.
“It’s the cutaway that’s revealing an unexpected interior,” Myers said in the article. “On a micro scale, it would be (one of Wonka’s) Everlasting Gobstoppers; macro, it would be the Earth cut in half. They’re vastly different objects in reality, but they can look the same.”
In her work, Myers explores the space between two-dimensional and three-dimensional by mixing painting, printmaking, and sculpture.
The article also notes that Myers was a recent recipient of the Efroymson Contemporary Arts Fellowship.
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