FOUR A.M. is pleased to present a new installation by Stefanie Victor, in collaboration with Cuyler Remick, curated by Patton Hindle.

Undulating between references to a domestic scene, shop window, and a gallery space, Victor's deliberate minimal work is, in its intention, diminutive. A small metal sculpture that employs traditional jewelry making techniques, referencing an everyday object, rests on the deep shelf. This work calls to mind the tradition, ritual, and nostalgia we might associate with jewelry, yet as sculpture, it vacillates between sentimentality and seriousness. It is complemented by a new folded and dyed fabric sculpture resting on the shelf. The softness and familiarity of the fabric is challenged by the particular formality of its arrangement.

Hanging on the wall behind the shelf are Cuyler Remick's works on paper, selected by Victor, these works share a similar aesthetic, blurring the lines between soft and hard; formal and informal. Their presence adds to the back and forth that Victor is having with her viewer: a push and pull between an inviting, familiar scene, and a rarified, abstracted re-imagining of that scene as an artwork itself.

Stefanie Victor (b. 1982) lives and works in Queens, New York. Exhibitions include Greater New York at Moma/PS1, New York; the usefulness of useless things at Fleisher/Ollman (Philadelphia); Nothing Up My Sleeve at Participant Inc., New York; Lineage at the Drawing Center, New York. She received her MFA from Yale School of Art in 2009.

Cuyler Remick was born in Ithaca, NY. He received a B.S. in Plant Science from Cornell University in 2002 and an M.F.A. from Yale University in 2009. At Yale, he was awarded the Elizabeth C. Hicks award and a teaching fellowship award. He has been a fellow at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts and an artist in residence at Weir Farm. He has been included in many group shows and has taught at several colleges and universities. He currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

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