Four distinct sculptures are presented in the exhibition. These works offer viewers the chance to engage with the jewel-like color of iridescent pieces like "Derminox," which glimmers in the natural light provided by the glass case. The Jewel Boxes, situated on the side of a busy sidewalk, are a fitting location for these sculptures, as they shift and change their color and value as viewers walk past them. Works like "Tsutu" and "Owlix," snake and reverberate vertically. In "Chilastik," a simple action of punching holes into — and forming waves — in sheets of shimmering red plastic creates a permeable curtain. Despite the rigid nature of her material, Fischer is able to infuse the sculptures with an energetic, animated quality.
This exhibition is part of SCAD deFINE ART 2019, held Feb. 26–28 at university locations in Atlanta and Savannah, Georgia.