Below is a snippet describing artist Gerry Snyder’s upcoming “Fundamental” exhibit at Claire Oliver: “The figures that populate Snyder’s narratives are hermaphroditic creatures that recall the Judaeo-Christian concept that woman was created from man, the natural extrapolation of which is that God’s most perfect creation, the original human, was transgendered. Snyder’s little beings have no mouths thus, they have no ability to speak, they often lack arms and legs thus cannot act for themselves.” That’s one way to explain the Garden of Eden, although the church might have a little problem with that depiction. The solo show featuring large scale works opens on April 17th and runs through May 17th.