In her debut with the gallery, Vanderbeek contemplates the relationship among memory, experience and cultural expression. Sheets of colored Plexiglas cover a series of large-scale black-and-white photographs. Each depicts a monumental Roman marble or bronze of a female subject. This arrangement is hung opposite a "colonnade" of abstract rectilinear modules of similar scale, offering, perhaps, a chicken-or-egg metaphor for classicism in art history.
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