Reflecting the nature of fluid dynamics and motion, the open forms pool and coalesce in the overlapping
layers. Like the drop on a slide under a microscope, the painting offers a view into a parallel world.
Benjamin Genocchio in his March 2, 2008 New York Times review* describes Kathleen Kucka's paintings as being
"near-abstractions". He singles out her paintings as capable of reminding us that "serious, concept-based art can
also be pleasurable to view."
*Genocchio, Benjamin, "Looking into the World of Genomes and Seeing an Unreliable Future", New York Times,
March 2, 2008, review of the group exhibition "I Dream of Genomes", Islip Art Museum, East Islip, NY.
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