February 2008
Cayetano Ferrer’s “EXTRAMUNDANE”.  
EXTRAMUNDANE is an exhibition of Cayetano Ferrer’s most recent work involving public space, architecture, and surveillance, as an act and an experience. Partly focused on work made in or about Ferrer’s hometown of Las Vegas, NV, this show is manifested through various media and approaches. Sculpture, photographs, and video installation provide the viewer with insight into the constant flux of the built environment and the interplay of objects and time. Ferrer exposes the relationship between the built and the rebuilt, exploring the delicate matters of history and memory as the present paves over the recent past. His work is a gentle push/pull between permanence and obsolescence, inviting consideration of environmental evolution and mutation as processes that emerge out of small-scale habits of human intervention.