Middle Zone at Projekt 722
Gordon Matta-Clark is a perennial favorite of artists who are seduced by urban space in all its varieties. A group show titled Middle Zone, curated by Corydon Cowansage, brings together eight artists who find new ways to address the “in-betweenness” of industry and sculpture, and architecture and collapse. Several in-site installations set off the narrow gallery’s wall works. Salazar’s turquoise “86 Holes” on the floor provide an exclamation point of color and narrative charm to the somber grey tones of Jim Lee’s prophetically titled painting “Endless Nameless” and Ethan Greenbaum’s “Facing Stone.”
Middle Zone a group show featuring Gabriela Salazar, Alison Owen, Christian Maychack, Jim Lee, Ethan Greenbaum, Ashley Carter, John Bianchi, and Katie Bell is on view at Projekt 722 until September 29. The gallery will be open on Saturday and Sunday, 12 to 6PM.
Gabriela Salazar, 86 Holes, 2013, found holes, silicone, spackle, and pigment, 17 feet x 13 feet x 2 inches. Courtesy of the artist.