The paintings and photographs on view in DC Moore Gallery’s project gallery explore the effects of layering and doubling to evoke multiple worlds. With their inventive imagery and innovative materials and processes, these works play with perception to capture the exciting and unnerving sense of simultaneous potential realities compatible with the concept of the multiverse. Alexi Worth investigates the sensory anomalies of near-at-hand experiences in paintings created by spraying color over hand-cut stencils on mesh fabrics. In Florida Iced Tea (2015), irregular contours and a palette ranging from winter-white to sunburn comprise a semi-nude bather, an archetypal art historical subject. Mark Innerst likewise experiments with optical effects, particularly the prismatic possibilities of light. In Quartered Landscape (2014), overlays of landscape imagery interrupt

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