The gallery space is used as a canvas to explore spatial relations, mass, velocity, action, or inertia within painting. A flight line, implying a flock of birds traveling through the entire building, is followed by the viewer as they enter the gallery. The contrived evidence will suggest that birds have flown in or through the windows or doors, through a center wall, and finally into, but not through a second and third wall, leaving an imprint of bird shaped residue. Catalogue, essay by Michael Wilson.
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