Hundley's latest show uses Virginia Woolf's 1931 novel, The Waves, as its template. Woolf structured this experimental effort as soliloquies delivered by six different characters, meant to be woven together in the reader's mind. In like fashion, Hundley offers a series of prints on paper and canvas that refer to various books and pieces of music. While they're apparently unrelated, each is in fact associated with a moment in the artist's life in which he was waiting—for someone, some bit of news or something to happen.
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