Exhibition preview: Three artists examine the human condition in "Repetition Isolation: The Abundance Within"

Jesse Tigges, Columbus Alive

Three artists examine the human condition with an eye toward loss, absence and seclusion. Bethany Haeseler's sculptures look inside the human body for inspiration, centering on abnormal growth and infectious diseases.

Molly Burke's sculptures focus on repeating organic forms of cells, tumors and the cataloging of specimens.

Countering the three-dimensional pieces, Danielle Johns' drawings present animal figures without an environment to create a space epitomized by emptiness and uncertainty.

An artists' talk and opening reception begins at 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 18.

OSU Urban Arts Space

Oct. 18-Nov. 15

50 W. Town St., Downtown