Function is no object for RO/LU, the St. Paul based studio. According to their website, “RO/LU continues to explore ‘art history as a material’ by starting with very literal information from existing works and reinventing through intuitive connections to others: Superstudio’s Quaderna line, environmental installations by Ettore Sottsass, Scott Burton and James Lee Byars’ utilization of man as a symbol object…
“Surfaces On Which Your Setting and Sitting Will Be Uncertain” is a group of sculptural furniture objects by RO/LU with matching clothing by Various Projects. The objects, made from welded wire mesh, seem to change when one moves in their presence, in some way becoming different with each step taken around them.” The objects, although not “sit worthy,” form an interesting tension between the handmade yet industrial strength of welded steel. The work is on view as the inaugural show at Patrick Parrish Gallery in New York from September 4th through October 4th. Contributors/Team> Matt Olson, Mike Brady with Various Projects.
event> surfaces on which your setting and sitting will be uncertain.
venue> Patrick Parrish Gallery | 50 lispenard street new york | 212 219 9244 email@example.com
date> 4 september > 4 october 2014
surfaces on which your setting and sitting will be uncertain. ro/lu at patrick parrish.
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