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  • Mitzi Pederson

    Ratio 3

    A restrained, less-is-more materiality pervades the sculpture of Mitzi Pederson. The eight works in her recent show are made from a limited range of media: reflective paper, tinted sheets and strips of cellophane-thin translucent acetate, and small, rectangular pieces of aluminum tape. Half of the works incorporate sheets of plywood (described by the gallery, colorfully, as “door skin”). With this restricted sculptural vocabulary, Pederson constructs small, deceptively offhand objects that poetically (in a style suggestive of Richard Tuttle) flaunt their precariousness and vulnerability.

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