Jason Hedges presents a new performance installation in Locust Projects' courtyard area.
This functional sculpture is formally based on Donald Judd's "Untitled 1968" sculpture. Hedges' artwork borrows from primitive cooking methods, in this case "Under Ground Pit Cooking," and the evolution of this method in contemporary times; the "Caja China" AKA "The Chinese Box." The union of these sources creates a dialogue between artistic expression, survival, community and current state of humanity on local and global levels.
Locust Projects is OPEN! Come see the two new exhibitions on view by Tania Candiani and Cornelius Tulloch! Wed - Sat, 11am - 5pm.
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