Thermodynamics meets macroeconomics in this show, which takes its title from the term describing the deformation of elements under stress. The works are created out of materials related to heating, computing or both: rolled-up mats of flexible electrical elements used to warm floors; pieces of minerals employed in the manufacture of electronic components. The objects themselves are bit too modest to sustain Loebs’s very big ideas about technology and globalism, but they have an undeniable sculptural presence.
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