ROSE SALANE / AUGUST 6 - 19, 2015
FOUR A.M. presents a new work by Rose Salane. Information on the subject is provided and validated in an artist-produced news article describing a probable event. A plaster-cast sculpture connects to the story, and they both relate to the display where they are on view. Acting as unreliable pieces of evidence, they are material substitutions for objects articulated and inferred in the narrative.
Rose Salane was born in New York City in 1992 where she lives and works. She is a recent graduate from The Cooper Union. Selected exhibitions include The Written Trace, curated by Ariella Wolens at Paul Kasmin Gallery and Over the Honey Moon at Magic 175 Canal in New York City. Salane's sculptures are recollections of the self in relation to everyday objects and events, often with an air of feminine satire; they become an observation point for the banal in public life.
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