Longhouse Exhibition in East Hampton Star

In a recent interview published in the East Hampton Star, Bonnie Rychlak, the curator of the group exhibition at the Longhouse Reserve in East Hampton says,

“I originally saw Wiener’s work in vegetation with things growing right up next to it or plantings coming out of it. In the end we sited it on a large bed of gravel. That changed how one interacts with it. On the gravel, they look like they are their own things growing out of the ground, distinct from other things growing out of the ground. Makes them hold the landscape in a way I didn’t imagine they would.”

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