Ross Iannatti's "Hysteresis" series, described as "silicone-coated nylon fabric, sodium azide residue, and wood" are slightly warped, Mondrian-like compositions, sewn from what looks like dirty pastel-hued pieces of sailcloth. At first they are puzzling-clearly the material is found fabric, stained and marked with stitches demarcating unfamiliar pattern pieces. They are stretched like paintings, but the minimalist compositions, infantile color schemes, and feeling that the pieces are somehow even dirtier than they look somehow all negate each other and any painterly quality. From a distance, they read as cute formalist exercises. Up close, they are too repulsive to function decoratively, as suggested by the manner in which they are displayed.