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an exhibition of new work by Martin Boyce and the artist's third solo show with the gallery. Through a series of architectural interventions -- free-standing windows and hanging lanterns -- Boyce transforms the ground-floor space into an immersive and dream-like landscape. Populated by sculptures that simultaneously reference and redefine the legacy of modernist forms, the eerie environment that Boyce creates collapses the distinctions between past, present, and future. Like Murakami's paradoxical passageway, with neither entry nor exit, Boyce's works seem to exist in their own autonomous world, untethered to any fixed time or place.
It's Over and Over