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The latest chapter of the Guggenheim’s Intervals series begins today: New York based-artist Nicola López will create a site-specific work titled "Landscape X” to inhabit the museum’s Frank Lloyd Wright–designed rotunda until October 25. López’s piece will span three levels of the rotunda between "Lee Ufan: Marking Infinity” exhibition and the "Maurizio Cattelan: All” show. Explains the museum, "Taking the construction site as a point of departure, López appropriates elements of urban infrastructure from chain-link fencing to orange mesh barriers to lane markers for her graphic intervention in the space.” The piece is meant to "heighten the viewers awareness of the existing architecture and the sense of immanent activity on the other side.” However, dare we say, the orange mesh kind of makes us think of carved pumpkins (we know that’s not the point at all, but still…).
Nicola Lopez at the Guggenheim
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