In Loyal’s space, Stecklow will present four collages, one for each week of the exhibition. Every one will be in the space, on the four walls and will have a lid over the front of it until its week arrives and it is ready to be the only one showing.
The four walls and collages (or clocks) are “talking to” a childhood memory, “imported from London”, according to the press release, which sits in the middle of the room and is a sculpture of a clock based on the model used in the on-stage dramatization of Philip Pullman’s Dark Materials.
It will slowly turn and occasionally meet the wall collages when they don’t have their fronts on, which, the press release also tells us have tiny windows made of see-through sticky fly tape.
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