New York

Rachel Harrison

Greene Naftali Gallery

YOU MIGHT HAVE HESITATED at the gallery door, thinking the installation was still in progress, what with all the big folded sheets of brown corrugated cardboard standing there as if they'd just been removed from some large rectangular objects. A few steps in yielded a different impression: These simple configurations were the show, a piece that formed a kind of open labyrinth. But not the whole show: Further progress into the room revealed several framed color photographs on the wall and at least one object, resting on a mirrored pedestal (all works 2001). In fact, there turned out to be numerous sculptural tableaux concealed among the cardboard nooks: arrangements of found objects, often with figurative elements (dolls, figurines, etc.), representing situations of artistic spectatorship. On the mirrored base, for instance, was a sort of abstract sculpture (made from a white cardboard

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