Cristine Brache

The proliferation, fragmentation, the relic + the discarded in my fossil, my echo, my excess, my scrap at MX Gallery

28 July 2017

The my fossil, my echo, my excess, my scrap group exhibition at New York’s MX Gallery opened July 20 and is running to August 10.

my fossil, my echo, my excess, my scrap (2017) Installation view. Courtesy the artists + MX Gallery, New York.

Curated by Gabrielle Jensen and Julia Lee, the show includes work by Cristine BracheIsabel LegateCarmen NeelyKayode Ojo, and Patrice Renee Washington. The press release reads in four paragraphs, one for each part of the title, mapping out the relationship between the works in the context of ‘Fossilization anxiety,’ ‘The echo [as] an interruption of presence,’ ‘Excess [as] an ecstatic surrender to unknowing,’ and “The survivor of mutilated material, the scrap refuses to perform a whole.’

The works vary in medium, scale and approach to the curatorial premise but each respond to and explore the space of proliferation, fragmentation, the relic and the discarded. **

The my fossil, my echo, my excess, my scrap group exhibition is on at New York’s MX Gallery, running July 20 to August 10, 2017.

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