Marc Roman combines photography, drawing and painting on mounted plexiglas sheeting and cast resin to give sculptural form to traditionally two-dimensional techniques. His interest lies in the unusual application of layered abstraction to create a body of work that chronicles the relentless pursuit of physics from the discovery of X-rays and radium to the splitting of the atom and its ever shadowy presence in our lives today.
Veritas Obscura will depict a "century of the electron” timeline encompassing the entire gallery that will entertain and depict all theories equally, both conspiracy and otherwise.
Friday, May 14, 6 – 8 p.m.
916 G Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001