Visual Arts

Rossitza Todorova Collapses Time and Space in Intersections at Night Gallery

Local artist Rossitza Todorova says she's trying to visually collapse space and metaphorically collapse time in her work -- no small feat, to be sure. The thing is, the recent graduate actually achieves this goal with resounding success.

Todorova's solo exhibition Intersections opens this Friday at ASU's Night Gallery. There are two forms of work in the show: three-dimensional paper forms and two-dimensional works on paper. But the idea of movement within a structure remains a central theme in both mediums.

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