Ferry’s paintings and sculptures gaze, grin, and glow. They’re anthropomorphic, pareidolia-triggering works that stare, stack, and replicate with a kind of primitive-futuro magic. Or, as Ferry writes, they’re “personified forms, reduced and archetypal images: animals, totemic arrangements, life-sized food emoji — I'm rolling with a crew of floating-eyed, fruit-faced, flower-smelling demigods.”

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