Running Interference is Daniel Templeman’s first solo exhibition since joining Sullivan+Strumpf.

Templeman has created a series of new free-standing and low-relief sculptural works that continue to explore the idea of engagement. Running Interference draws its inspiration from the phenomena of movement, using form, light and reflection to allow the audience to respond to the way movement coexists with the interplay of what is revealed and concealed.

Running Interference opens Saturday June 14 and runs until Friday July 4 at Sullivan+Strumpf.  

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