These works employ both stark geometric lines— like those of the downtown skylines— and the undulation from human perspective.
Philipbar credits her study of physics and math as the experience that jump started her ability to see the world through an abstract lens. When painting, she uses non-regular geometries and the interplay of colors, shapes and lines to warp those geometries into works that elicit movement and emotion.
For Weaver, the geometry itself is also secondary to the movement, relationships, and the group as a whole. He hopes that when the viewer will start to engage with how the forms are arranged and how they could possibly be rearranged, and that they will open up to the possibility of shared perspectives.
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