• Lance Letscher

    N. No.O. Gallery

    There is an exaggerated permanence about most of Lance Letscher’s work. In several pieces, he coats everyday objects in thin sheets of lead, preserving them so totally that they are rendered useless and anonymous Tricycle, 1988, presents a found child’s toy that has been completely encased by Letscher with a compulsive thoroughness. The small Wheelchair, 1989, is fabricated from found scraps of pipe, sheet metal, and toy wheels. Unlike the tricycle, it could conceivably be used, although it is so tiny it would be suited only for some sort of bizarre game. Letscher carries fabrication a step

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