Vector Analysis

Exhibition Review

  • "Louise Lawler: No Drones"

  • Sprüth Magers, London
  • 02 Jul 2014 - 23 Sep 2014

At the end of Grafton Street in London, Sprüth Magers’ large, proscenium-like window gave passersbys a glimpse of Louise Lawler’s exhibition. Most of the works inside were black-and-white tracings of her photographs of famous artworks in domestic spaces, institutions and storage. With the help of children’s book author, illustrator and artist Jon Buller, Lawler made vector files—enlarged without loss of quality—from the images, printed them on vinyl and adhered them to the gallery walls, offering a new way to view her oeuvre and the original works that appear in it.

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