Sarah Sze (1969 - )
Boston, 1969. Lives and works in New York. Sarah Sze thinks of sculpture äs a kind of game of dematerialization that becomes the hidden machine by which her work is constructed. Lovingly meticulous and discrete assemblages of an atomized, ungendered domesticity preferably heavily fragmented and disfunction alized beds, chairs, drawers, lamps, ladders, venetian blinds, sticks and strings dramatize the conflict between the poverty of Information contained in the single viewing of a convention-al sculpture and the transparency of construc-tion and process that is basic to Sze's own het-erogeneous claim to production.
(Nadja Rottner, Flash Art # 216) Represented by: Marian Boesky, New York.