Sarah Sze opens at Victoria Miro
Everyday objects such as toothpicks, Q-tips, tape rolls, pushpins, tablets, birthday candles, etc. are meticulously arranged to create cascading conceptual constellations. Whimsical and fastidious, banal bits and bobs from the utility closet and the bathroom cupboard become magical ecosystems. Sarah Sze’s installations examine the relationship between landscape, architecture, sculpture and line.
Sarah Sze opens her second solo show with Victoria Miro today, June 20th. The show will remain open until August 11th.
“Over both floors, Sze’s latest body of work re-imagines the gallery as a kind of laboratory where processes of observation, examination, and exploration are in progress.” - Victoria Miro