While sight may be the sense we’re most familiar with relying on in a museum, some works in this exhibition compel us to rethink what it means to see art. They reward additional looking, offer a moment of contemplation, or prompt a shift in perspective. Any memories we may have of everyday folding card tables and chairs are radically recast when we see these objects at an extraordinary and uncanny scale in Robert Therrien’s No title (folding table and chairs, beige). Our perceptions of space and depth are challenged by the infinite visual loop of reflections inside Lucas Samaras’s Mirrored Room.
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