The Unlimited section of the fair, curated by Gianni Jetzer, featured the work of some 78 artists of all generations. But do we see a theme here? Haegue Yang’s Accommodation of the Epic Dispersion – On Non-cathartic Volume of Dispersion, 2012, a series of blinds in various colors and densities hanging from the ceiling, created shifting shapes. Nick Mauss’s Untitled, 2014, encircled the viewer in painted curtains. William Leavitt’s Sidereal Time, 2014, featured a curtain rod held up by a birch tree, a pile of large stones, a classical column, and a light rod. Sam Falls’s bright orange Untitled (Pallet 9, Pomona), 2013, swooped across a main foyer. Falls created the work’s natural photographic effects by placing the fabric in the sun in his driveway in Los Angeles. Nearby, High Tide, Alice Channer’s snakeskin patterned drape, shot down from the ceiling to lie flat on the floor.
High Tide by Alice Channer