Concerning its nihilism, Kierkegaard or Nietzsche could come to help frame this exhibition but their voices are muted by other, more plainspoken references. In 'Army of Darkness,' a ring of small black ink monochrome paintings on cardboard, the ink is rolled on, sometimes covering the gessoed cardboard and at other times leaves small gleams of the white ground as a gradient trace. The particulars vanish, the line of relentless mourning goes on without intervention, appreciation or disapproval. It just is. This series is named after the 1992 Sam Raimi film, "Army of Darkness," and specifically references the many acts of replication that inform the horror-comedy film: when the character Ash crashes into a mirror and his replica becomes his nemesis, a resurrected copy becomes an adversary. Certainly spending any amount of time ringed by these pieces you feel this adversarial presence nearby.