In her newest exhibition, Susan Ferrari Rowley explores the concepts of experience, space, material, illusion, suspension, and translucency. Implied or actual volume weaves through the interiors and exteriors of the negative and positive spaces. Minimalism is her feature presentation as lines intersect with planar elements to define the arrangement of space. Employing welded aluminum and hand-sewn poly-fiber, Rowley’s work sets a paradox of large scale against an airy translucence. The individual forms express the personification of relationships. Volume can be actual or implied as interiors and exteriors are stressed as significant to the work. Negative space, entrapped by the material or the lack thereof, is integral to the totality of the work – what is left out is as important as what is left in.