My latest in a series of museum reviews is up at the L Magazine. The teaser below:
I've always enjoyed mentally straightening the crooked pictures in a restaurant or drawing imaginary lines between dots on a page — there's something soothing about righting the misaligned, imagining order in space beyond our control or among objects out of reach. This illusion of imposed will on external objects comes into play often at Olafur Eliasson's exhibition, Take Your Time (showing simultaneously at MoMA and P.S.1), a titular imperative that instructs the viewer to stay a little longer with the work, probably to make sure it isn't mistaken as a collection of expensive party lights and other favors.
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