CELLULAR MEMORY SERIES

The cell, which is the smallest complete unit of a living organism, can refer in everyday language to anything self-contained that functions on its own. A cell is tight, compact, separate from other entities -sometimes extremely so; an even more common use of the word "cell" refers to the room where a prisoned is housed, safely away from civil society. These works call up all the above notions of the cell, but most of their formal qualities evoke biological cellular structures: small, complex systems teeming with l life and energy. -Katie Anania