has new work up at NOMA (through the end of the year) that examines the legacy of plantation economies and their relationship to the environmental and infrastructural issues of our current age.
Stephen says about below as a series that “conveying paint to canvas by means of a system that uses printing plates instead of brushes would save a lot of time and trouble. This indirect, intentionally imprecise production method yields the great pleasure of surprise while providing a concrete way to think about color, surface, scale, seriality, figure/ground, original/copy, and the psychology of visual perception.”
Was reading the print edition of Artforum when the image below grabbed me. Which lead to reading this interesting interview about the themes that- like the disparate materials she uses- are woven, literally, into her work.