Plop Fall the Plums
Tomer Aluf, Sam Anderson, Tova Carlin, Rochelle Goldberg, Carlos Reyes, Chloe Seibert
March 9 - April 13, 2014

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Sam Anderson
Chess, 2014
Snail shells, lacquer, wood, wine, wax, flour


Tomer Aluf
Untitled, 2014
Oil on canvas


Tomer Aluf
Untitled, 2014
Oil and 150 grams of almonds on canvas


Tomer Aluf
Untitled, 2014
Oil on canvas


Chloe Seibert
Concrete Expression #13, 2014
Concrete


Chloe Seibert
Concrete Expression #13, 2014
Concrete




Carlos Reyes
Day rate, 2014
3D powder print, incense


Rochelle Goldberg
canoptic frame, 2014
Steel, latex, plastic bag


Rochelle Goldberg
shed, 2014
Ceramic, aluminum, pleather



Tova Carlin
Une tache au plafond, 2014
Inkjet print

Tova Carlin
Ca ne vaut pas le pet d'un lapin, 2014
Inkjet print




Tomer Aluf
Untitled, 2014
Oil on canvas


Tomer Aluf
Untitled, 2014
Oil on canvas

When I was trying to describe this to you I said, this reminds me of seeing someone standing on the street, on a corner, smiling. It's like a performance, intuitively, that smile. I keep coming back to it, that image. It's daytime and I thought all of this with feeling that is not related to my life as it actually is now, but to the secondary sense by means of which I view and judge my own memories. (This is the part that is the most important.) And when I was trying to describe this to you I said that there could be a sort of conversational humor—something not located in a specific joke or even in her timing—like someone's words have got a soft glaze on them and we can even "view" them. This goes on for almost an hour.

-Lucy Ives

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