Elaine L. Jacob Gallery
Wayne State University, Detroit, MI
November 1 through December 13, 2013
"Greg Edmondson is a Naturalist. His work takes Biological genesis as a basis for reflection on the continuity of patterns and codes that permeate the organic world. These pieces use bio-genesis as a launching point to explore the single field of matter and energy said to run through all things, large and small. The works can be seen as both schematic and topographical. They toggle between microscopic and macroscopic perspectives, always framed in human scale thus drawing the viewers back to a natural familiarity with their own bodies. In this way, Greg's work brings inaccessible scale to bear in physically relatable terms. He provides us with maps and objects that expose our relationship to an incalculable substrate and an inconceivable expanse, revealing dynamic relationships between ourselves and the invisible."
—Michael Woody, 2013