Nov 8, 2013

Garry Noland

If Garry Noland’s studio were ten times smaller, it would be a mess. Instead the massive workspace he inhabits for long hours nearly every day at the Studios Inc. Building in the East Crossroads is a rather spare, clean space with several messes, each one succinctly separate—but related—to the other. These piles of different kinds—debris, paper, tape rolls, old artwork—are like siblings. They clearly come from one place, and their patriarch is a benevolent father, allowing his materials to do as they might with a loose semblance of authority and understanding.

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