Image of artwork titled "Ferguson Perforations" by Rachael Browning

Rachael Browning, Ferguson Perforations, 2021
Archival pigment print
37.5 × 30 × 1.5 inches
Edition of 1 + 1 AP

In a series of photographs and corresponding drawings, Rachael Browning considers the constancies and discrepancies of form across media. Each photograph, a pseudo-document of a temporary sculptural intervention that the artist makes expressly for the image, positions industrial materials in tension–principally hardware, rope, PVC piping, and plywood–in the frames of bricked up industrial windows. The drawings fully abstract each composition, suggesting that materials, rich with potential meaning, may simply be means to an end.



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