International Currency
Scott Reeder, Cameron Rowland, Liam Gillick.
Curated by Noah Barker. 

April 30, 2015 - June 27, 2015.
Opening reception April 30th, 7PM.

English Press Release
Español Press Release


Cameron Rowland, Constituent, 2014.
Outlet.
Dimensions variable.
Courtesy of Private Collection, New Jersey.
Outlets allow the flow of current through cable. When electrical cable is sold as scrap, the outlet is often still connected, but cannot be used and has no value.
An electrician cuts the power supply to one outlet, removes the faceplate and reveals the copper core of two electrical wires.


Scott Reeder, Detroit Rubble (blue), 2015.
Stone fragments, spray enamel.
Dimensions variable.


Cameron Rowland, Constituent, 2014.
Outlet.
Dimensions variable.
Courtesy of ESSEX STREET, New York.
Outlets allow the flow of current through cable. When electrical cable is sold as scrap, the outlet is often still connected, but cannot be used and has no value.
An electrician cuts the power supply to one outlet, removes the faceplate and reveals the copper core of two electrical wires.


Scott Reeder, Detroit Rubble (orange), 2015.
Stone fragments, spray enamel.
Dimensions variable.




Liam Gillick, Heckle, 2014.
Video.
9 min. 10 sec.
Courtesy of the artist and Eva Presenhuber, Zurich.


One of the lights is off in the exhibition space because it was wired with an outlet
that has been disabled by an electrician in the installation of Cameron Rowland’s Constituent (edition 3, 1 AP).
Two editions of this work are installed here from different loans, a US collector and the artist’s New York gallery.
The projector mount has been chromed as well.