On View> Jane and Louise Wilson, 303 Gallery, Closing Today

East, On View
Friday, August 2, 2013

Jane and Louise Wilson at 303 Gallery (Courtesy Simon Greenberg)

A yardstick is a straightedge with markings at regular intervals used to physically measure lengths in imperial units of up to a yard (three feet). It is also a standard for making a critical judgment. This measuring device was placed in once-forbidden zones of the World and Cold Wars that have since been abandoned, by Jane and Louise Wilson, the British fraternal twin artist duo who have a show on view at 303 Gallery.

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