Curated by Liz Dimmitt for Storefront Ten Eyck, Bushwick’s leading gallery, MATERIAL features work by Katie Bell, Judith Hoffman, Jessica Segall that presents process and raw matter as content.  Consumption, utility, lifecycle and resource privilege are themes engendered using found and repurposed building material and domestic supplies.  These entities are of wood, plaster, aluminum and plastic.  The objects are familiar, sensory, and tactile, combining elements of every day environments.  We know their touch and temperature by running our hands over walls and fromthe surfaces beneath our feet.  The artists’ constructions give new life to common objects while also speaking to the history and future of materials, exploring questions involving the process of creation and decay.  The why, how and “for how long?” of matter and fabricated objects.