Tim Eads’ exuberance confined at Templeton
Eads installation detail, including a french-fry maker visible under
the drape, right, with green basket. |
Photo by Carlos Avendano
Tim Eads’ exuberant Species of Spaces feels confined in Rebekah Templeton’s storefront gallery. I like this work. But I wonder how it would blossom in a larger space? I remember an Environment Paul Thek created years ago at Documenta, a room of sand dunes and art and peace and quiet breathing. Stuck in that stupid German city for a week I could instantly re-gain my composure in Thek’s room.
Labels: new art