Sarah Sze "Infinite Line"

Asia Society and Museum

poster for Sarah Sze "Infinite Line"

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Sarah Sze: Infinite Line is the first exhibition to focus specifically on Sarah Sze's process. It is an exploration of line, literally and figuratively, across mediums from drawings to sculpture to installation. Initially trained in architecture, Sze explores the ways space is both represented and experienced in two and three dimensions.

Known for her installations, Sze utilizes everyday materials such as disposable plastic eating utensils, notepads, scissors and ladders, among other objects. The exhibition comprises two-dimensional works on paper and a new, large-scale site-specific installation in which she creates a complex web of materials that visually engages the architectural dynamic of a space and invites viewers to reevaluate their relation to their surroundings.

[Image: Sarah Sze "Guggenheim as a Ruin" (2009) Ink, string, collage on paper]



from December 13, 2011 to March 12, 2012


Sarah Sze

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