Record Scratch

Record Scratch
Lindsey Greeno and Ian Indiano
March 9-12, 2022
Satellite Project Space

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Have you ever felt like you’re stuck in a loop? 

Artists Ian Indiano and Lindsey Greeno explore the idea of repetition and repeating images in their exhibition titled Record Scratch. Through painting, they create works by reproducing images from a variety of sources and delving into what gets lost in translation. With vibrant colours and expressive mark-making, Record Scratch explores the distortions that happen when you play a game of broken telephone and how the resulting differences often have greater meaning than the original.

Have you ever felt like you’re stuck in a loop?

Lindsey Greeno is a multidisciplinary artist, using acrylic paint, photography and digital arts to explore the effect reproducing images has on the viewer. Aiming to capture the often banal nature of everyday life, Greeno collects found film, camera phone photography and collage as source imagery. She then paints on a variety of surfaces, often utilising a small scale to retain the intimacy of personal memory. By pairing both visual and mechanical reproduction methods, and juxtaposing images into imagined narratives, Lindsey ponders both what gets lost in repetition as well as what is gained.

Have you ever felt like you’re stuck in a loop?

Ian Indiano examines the world around him with his work. Through the use of references like old family photos and found objects or images, Indiano reshapes memories- exploring the subjectivity of his pieces. The intimacy of the images often clashes with an impersonal point of view, which invites the viewer to discover the stories for themselves. By using transparency to mix the dimensions in which a work exists, he allows the painting, the frame and the gallery to be captured all in one object, all at the same time. This transparency speaks also to the fragility of memory, where meaning and history gets dissolved and then reimagined.

So, have you ever felt like you’re stuck in a loop?

This exhibition will not be open to the public. 

Lindsey Greeno, February 2022, 2022
16″ x 28″
acrylic on canvas and photographic print
Ian Indiano, Plastic Soldiers 1, 2021
20″ x 15″
acrylic on sheer and plastic toy,