May 3 -

Sarah Sze is a Chinese-American artist whose sculpture and drawings continually question how we create space, describe space, and experience space. Sarah creates intricate architectural installations that are often made up of everyday objects like plastic cutlery and toothpicks. The pieces draw in the viewer, relying on their perspective of the work and how the information that is revealed to them as they move through. Sarah is interested in the idea of being surrounded by or immersed in something. Her most recent work ‘Infinite Line’ is toys with the space between drawing and sculpture and the potential to describe space through her installations. Images courtesy of Sarah Sze and the Asia Society.

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