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Works Built to Complicate Perspective

Blue and brown concentric squares, archival print of a piece made of paint, scraps of wood, and construction materials, all mediated by his camera.

"It’s hard to know how to categorize Quinn Gorbutt’s artwork, hovering as it does in the space between photography, sculpture, and painting. In the artist’s statement accompanying his exhibition, Heart, Mirror, Crown at Room 68 in Provincetown, he sympathizes with the viewer’s experience: “Inevitably the question arises: ‘But what exactly am I looking at?’ ”

"“All tools are tools for art,” Gorbutt ['12 BFA Photography, MassArt] says, speaking from his Manhattan studio. “Whatever place you’re coming from, when you approach art, anything you pick up from that experience you can use.”"

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