Julian Rogers: Horizon Adjacent
March 5 - 26, 2016
Opening Saturday, March 5, 6-9pm

An imaginary plane flies around the earth at a latitude, angle, and speed that allow for a permanent sunset to be seen by its passengers. On the ground, one uses the horizon to tell time, but up here, it is always sunset. Sunset, sunset, sunset. Sunset and hours and sunset. Sunset and days and sunset. And still the sun is setting over there, far over there on the other side of the horizon, where the clock has melted over the edge. A line and a circle. A drawing colored in.

Julian Rogers (b. 1981, Nashville) lives and works in Los Angeles. His recent work has been exhibited at ACME., Commonwealth and Council, UCLA Wight Gallery, and Sonce Alexander Gallery in Los Angeles, as well as Grizzly Grizzly (Philadelphia), Universidad del PaĆ­s Vasco (Bilbao, Spain), Zone Gallery (Osaka, Japan), and Alternativa Once Galleria (Monterrey, Mexico).