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Vertiginous Matter: Jason Horowitz

#WonderWheel No. 2, 2022, archival inkjet prints. Courtesy of the artist. Scratchy, hazy depiction of a ferris wheel.

#WonderWheel No. 2, 2022, archival inkjet prints. Courtesy of the artist.

Beef Pot Roast Dinner (After Rothko), 1998, archival inkjet prints. Extreme close-up, red and brown and orange

Beef Pot Roast Dinner (After Rothko), 1998, archival inkjet prints. Courtesy of the artist.

El Rancho Motel No. 2, South Fourth Avenue, Yuma, Arizona, 2018, archival inkjet prints. Courtesy of the artist.Confusing and distorted picture of yucca plants and palms

El Rancho Motel No. 2, South Fourth Avenue, Yuma, Arizona, 2018, archival inkjet prints. Courtesy of the artist.

Vertiginous Matter: Jason Horowitz is an investigation of materialism, scale, and perception as shown through his lens and artistic process. Utilizing modern technology Horowitz’s images are both arresting in their scale and magnitude and yet intricate in their detail and delicacy. Horowitz’s images are an appeal to view, to examine, and to cast aside visual preconception and expectations.