Lindsey Dorr-Niro’s upcoming residency at Wedge Projects, Re/Iterative Form, will unfold in three acts over the course of a three-month occupancy of the Wedge space. The space has been repartitioned to establish a kind of stage upon which a modular exhibition will evolve in response not only to the modified interior environment and architecture, but also to the ever-changing external environment. While the exhibition will be directly viewable within the space at three distinct intervals, the reframed windows create an open channel that makes the exhibition visible at any point from either side of the triangular building that houses the space.
Drawing from the abstracted detritus of daily life—packaging materials, prefab furniture and storage components, elements of abandoned toys, and more “organic” matter–both familiar and new architectural elements, objects, imagery, and sculptural forms will appear and be reconfigured as an iterative and emergent constellation. This constellated space will then, over the course of the residency, be punctuated by performative events such as site-responsive readings and music.