At a time while information is overwhelmingly ever-present and yet substantially insufficient, Christina Tenaglia deliberately offers less with her work. Tied to day-to-day surroundings her objects seem familiar, however, they can not be easily placed.
Interested in limiting the information, Christina Tenaglia pairs everything down using a heightened sense of looking. The visual language of her work has shuffled from a somewhat measured geometry into a more slippery array of visual marks.
The elements, lights, and darks mix in an impure abstraction.
Multiple structures are being negotiated. For example, between the underneath, base, or background and the foreground, painting, drawing, etc. At the same time, one does not prevail over the other.