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Photo courtesy of Vivian Vargas

Arts Fort Worth will present the opening reception of Vivian Vargas' exhibit, "Chaos Theory." Vargas’ work seeks to physically merge observations made through the microscope with aerial, satellital, thermal and telescopic photographs. These collaged images simulate the way in which matter is made up of many layers of cells joined together.

Vargas is interested in the ways distance and light spectra merge and complement each other until it is difficult to decipher what is thousands of miles away, and what is in front of our very eyes, hidden between the fold of a leaf or in a drop of water. She analyzes the details that go unnoticed but that allow a fuller and deeper understanding of the world we inhabit.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through October 1.

Arts Fort Worth will present the opening reception of Vivian Vargas' exhibit, "Chaos Theory." Vargas’ work seeks to physically merge observations made through the microscope with aerial, satellital, thermal and telescopic photographs. These collaged images simulate the way in which matter is made up of many layers of cells joined together.

Vargas is interested in the ways distance and light spectra merge and complement each other until it is difficult to decipher what is thousands of miles away, and what is in front of our very eyes, hidden between the fold of a leaf or in a drop of water. She analyzes the details that go unnoticed but that allow a fuller and deeper understanding of the world we inhabit.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through October 1.

Arts Fort Worth will present the opening reception of Vivian Vargas' exhibit, "Chaos Theory." Vargas’ work seeks to physically merge observations made through the microscope with aerial, satellital, thermal and telescopic photographs. These collaged images simulate the way in which matter is made up of many layers of cells joined together.

Vargas is interested in the ways distance and light spectra merge and complement each other until it is difficult to decipher what is thousands of miles away, and what is in front of our very eyes, hidden between the fold of a leaf or in a drop of water. She analyzes the details that go unnoticed but that allow a fuller and deeper understanding of the world we inhabit.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through October 1.

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WHERE

Fort Worth Community Arts Center
1300 Gendy St.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
https://www.artsfortworth.org/

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Admission is free.
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