Abigail Lucien

Part familiar, part foreign, Abigail Lucien's sculptures exert an architectural vernacular, echoing structures and boundaries found in residential and commercial spaces. Mirroring forms with inherent dualities, Lucien's work addresses notions of visibility, authenticity, and hybridity as they relate to diasporic identity. In her current solo exhibition at Vox Populi, Face Tan/ Night swim, Lucien enables space for the viewer to navigate the gallery as a tourist, and somewhere between the humming of oscillating fans and odor of an odd citrus allows the voyeur to become the subject.