August 16, 2017 Slideshows » Arts & Entertainment

"Peripheral of: the Periphery" 

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"We're 2 Solid, U and I," one of a series of ephemeral, performative sculptures by Marval A Rex.
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View of Marval A Rex's "Solid" sculptures with large-scale installations in the background.
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Installation view of Marval A Rex's "Alter Altogether Now."
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Marval A Rex's temporal sculpture, "We're 2 Super Solid, U and I," before it disintegrated.
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Installation view of ceramic work by Ryana Lawson.
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Work by Ryana Lawson: "Who Measures the Thread of Life" (left) and "Because I Could Not Stop for Death, He Kindly Stopped for Me" (right, wall-mounted).
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Installation view of Lawson's "Sacral Specters."
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Installation of exhibition by Marval A Rex and Ryanna Lawson, with Rex's "We're 2 Super Solid, U and I" in the foreground, bracketed by Lawson's two urns: "These Ghosts Cannot Properly Belong to the Past."
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Installation view Rex's "We're 2 Super Solid, U and I" in the foreground, bracketed by Lawson's two urns: "These Ghosts Cannot Properly Belong to the Past." In the background is are rows of collaborative mugs and cups by both artists, titled "research."
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Installation view Rex's "We're 2 Super Solid, U and I" in the foreground, bracketed by Lawson's two urns: "These Ghosts Cannot Properly Belong to the Past." In the background is are rows of collaborative mugs and cups by both artists, titled "research."

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