Kayne Griffin Corcoran presents Wind(shield) , a new body of work by Liza Ryan. Suggesting at once landscapes and crash scenes, moments of quietness and violent impact, these works present an important culmination of long-running themes in Ryan’s work. Ryan’s images are the visualization of an ongoing exploration of the idea of separation. Looking closely at boundaries such as skin, the walls of a house, or the cars that separate us from the world we speed past, she examines the fluidity of opposing concepts such as interior and exterior that we often take for granted. Her intellectual questioning of the soundness of these barriers manifests visually in Ryan’s photographs. How permeable is the skin, how insecure are the structures we live in, how protective is the windshield? Ryan is not looking for security in answering these questions, but instead

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