Monica Bonvicini:
    Never Missing a Line

    Monica Bonvicini: Never Missing a Line

    Jan 7–Mar 25, 2007

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    Never Missing a Line is a concise exhibition featuring two text-based sculptures. The word Desire, cut from polished stainless steel and mounted on a billboard-like structure, greets visitors as they enter SculptureCenter's courtyard. The cold, quiet space of the courtyard is almost overwhelmed by the sculpture's sensual, but hard-edged reflective presence. Inside SculptureCenter's large central hall, Built for Crime, a forty-foot long light sculpture, spells out the eponymous phrase. Constructed of shattered safety glass and light, Built for Crime performs like an advertisement. However, the phrase floats without a subject reference. What is built? And what crime is to be committed?


    SculptureCenter's exhibitions and public programs are supported by The Andy Warhol Foundation for Visual Arts and The Lily Auchincloss Foundation.