Art In America

Sam Pulitzer

at Artists Space,
38 Greene St.

Sam Pulitzer's first solo exhibition at a U.S. institution is a multilayered maze of image and text. A labyrinth of partitioned walls, transparent dividers framed in steel and moveable art provides an immersive spatial experience. Much of the text consists of a dystopic science fiction plot, penned in collaboration with writer Jeff Nagy, that guides the viewer through this playful structuring of visibility.

 

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