by Michael H. Miller, Rozalia Jovanovic, Dan Duray and Andrew Russeth
Opening: Artie Vierkant at Higher Pictures
This is going to sound absurd, but it’s true: Artie Vierkant’s recent wall hung pieces, titled “Image Objects” (UV prints on machine-cut sintra) hover in that strange ethereal zone between the digital and the real—planes of color in the process of vaporizing into thin air. They’re actual physical things, of course, though that’s hard to believe sometimes. The gallery’s not mincing words: they’re “considered to be at the forefront of new forms of visual art,” the gallery writes in its release. —A.R.
Higher Pictures, 980 Madison Avenue, New York, 6-8 p.m.
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