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Intricately constructed of walnut, beech, and poplar, finished or painted white in places and elsewhere left raw, this three-section, fencelike structure combines disparate forms of decorative details ranging from a pair of eyeglasses, graphically rendered in black paint on white panel lofted above the viewer like a shop sign, to a framed square of bright red caning mounted at eye level.
Almost filling the floor space in one gallery, the work consisted of a low, rectangular, fencelike structure into which Bronstein had jigsawed miniature archways and doorways in a po-mo Neoclassical style.
Le Va deployed an expanded material array of wooden blocks, elliptical planes of chipboard, and rows of cardboard shipping tubes standing shoulder to shoulder in low, fencelike arrangements.