Space is never really the final frontier — at least if we're talking in a figurative sense.
There's always new ways to imagine the confines around us and within us.
The Centre Gallery at USF addresses these ephemeral thoughts with literal aplomb in its new exhibit Spatial Agnosia, a collaborative exhibition by David Gabbard, Matt Lukens and Andrew Foy. The show opens today; gallery hours are 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Created in order to examine interactions with familiar and unfamiliar spaces, the show will open with an interactive large-scale installation by Gabbard, and then lead viewers into a narrow corridor of free-standing walls into a second section of the gallery where two-dimensional works by Foy and Lukens will be displayed.
Meet the artists at a reception 7 to 9 p.m. on Fri., Feb. 4.
Centre Gallery is at Phyllis P. Marshall Center, USF-Tampa, 4202 E. Fowler Ave., Tampa, 813-974-5464. ctr.usf.edu/gallery