There is something old and familiar, yet out of step in Inga Danyszs new sculptures. Glistening tombs for the future, they hint that something has already passed, but whatever that thing isan object, a personit has yet to come. Or maybe it has come and gone unnoticed, and is now poised to return.
Time stopped this summer for Mike Goodlett. He passed away on the last day of June at his home and studio in Wilmore, Kentucky, where he spent the past 30 years living and working. This was not merely a marriage of convenience: Goodletts work was intimately informed by his cloistered surroundings.