New York-based artist Dannielle Tegeder recently opening the exhibition “7(x) = 20x + x5d-1 + (Yellow)”, at the Gregory Lind Gallery in San Francisco. The seven new works on paper are based on a diagrammatic method of illustrating space which results in a geometric materiality that is concrete and stable. The artist combines linear patterns with hard edged painting to create the illusion of space and speed on the work’s surface. Tegeder received her MFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and since exhibited in PS1/MoMA, the New Museum, The Brooklyn Museum and the Museum of Contemporary Art in (MCA) Chicago. The artist has also completed a residency program with Smack Mellon in NYC and has been the recipient of grants from the Pollock-Krasner Foundation and The Yaddo Foundation.