On View> Lara Favaretto: Just Knocked Out

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Thursday, May 17, 2012
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(Courtesy MoMA PS1)

(Courtesy MoMA PS1)

Lara Favaretto: Just Knocked Out
MoMA PS1
22-25 Jackson Avenue
Long Island City, NY
Through September 10

Lara Favaretto’s installations and sculptures at once perform and memorialize their decay. Often incorporating elements from previous installations in new works and using discarded industrial material, Favaretto makes futile and impermanent gestures, ephemeral monuments to aspiration and failure. The works describe loss: found paintings encased in yarn, obscuring and preserving the original; cubes made of confetti, decomposing throughout the span of an exhibition; car-wash brushes, whirling and wearing down against metal plates (above). These mechanisms celebrate futile motions, becoming memorials imbued with the reality of their own obsolescence.

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