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View of “Angela Bulloch,” 2014.

Angela Bulloch

Esther Schipper

View of “Angela Bulloch,” 2014.

For “In Virtual Vitro,” her eleventh solo show with Esther Schipper, Angela Bulloch used the gallery’s two rooms to constitute two distinct spheres. To the right were new works in characteristic Bullochian genres, including “Drawing Machines,” 1990–, “Listening Stations,” 2013–, and “Pixel Boxes,” 2000–; on the left, visitors encountered an ensemble of vaguely archaic-looking yet quasi-Minimalist new sculptures and wall pieces based on rhomboid elements.

By now, viewers are familiar with the ways in which Bulloch’s sculpture interrelates different media and fields of perception. In the right gallery, visitors were invited to make themselves comfortable at the center of the room, where the artist had placed two large denim-blue beanbags constituting the sculpture Happy Sack Denim Re-edition, 2012. Lounging in one of them, the visitor might observe the doings of Elliptical Song

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