By VAUGHAN HANNIGAN | Published: September 27, 2012
This month Floto+Warner participated in a group show at the Radiator Gallery in Long Island City, Queens. With over 30 works made by sixteen artists, the show examines the practice of collage through its many iterations and permutations ranging from works on paper to artist books, photographs, sculpture, textiles, digital projections and video. Through the presentation of visually diverse but not conceptually disparate works, the show helps define collage as both a working method still robust at the turn of the 21 century but more importantly as a manner of processing information either willfully or uncontrollably. The show’s title is a comical send-up of the precognitive jumble that is the necessary basis for the eventual creation of meaningful logic in the human brain. Below is the piece in the show by Floto + Warner.
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