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Rebecca Morris: Frankenstein

Project Room 1 Dec 13, 2003–Feb 7, 2004

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Dec 13, 2003–Feb 7, 2004

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Rebecca Morris: Frankenstein, 2003, Installation view

In response to the warm gray concrete block walls and brown steel-beam architectural space of the Project Room, Rebecca Morris created a series of large-scale paintings in black, gray, and brown for Frankenstein. Morris uses large-scale canvases to explore her architectural approach to space within a painting. Foreground, middle ground, and background are assiduously, even aggressively defined. With color fields, grids, dense stylized beams, and groupings of patterns, Morris’s intensely intelligent abstract paintings confront the viewer with the rawness of congealed paint skins and metallic spray paint textures.