Art + Culture
Shu Ohno: Doodles | Drawing & Sculpture
The exhibition opened with 108 drawings and over the course of two months expanded to include sculptural work created on site. Shu Ohno, whose practice includes assemblage and bricolage techniques, invited gallery visitors to surrender electronic waste, small toys, and other objects that would otherwise have been discarded. Scavenged and received objects were subsequently incorporated into the hyper-complex sculptural pieces that have come to define Shu Ohno’s style. Like New York itself, the resulting artwork was molded day-by-day by the people and objects that passed through the fabrication space.
The exhibition runs until August 03.