Underwood makes abstractions out of grids of green and black squares that look like paint swatches and vision test charts. A work on paper offers laser-cut web patterns amidst rows of oval dabs of paint resembling pimento olives. There seem to be conceptual underpinnings that I'm not registering from the abstract compositions. But there's promise in the designs, like Screen (Red), a printed pattern of wavy red and white stripes accented by blue, yellow, and green dots for a psychedelic effect.

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