Five years of Nina Canell's sculptural work, documented and generously illustrated in color.
Cable cuts, energetics, and gunk: moving back and forth between a group of core subjects, Reflexologies converts the past five years of Nina Canell's sculptural work into a 384-page book. It is interrupted throughout by a lagged conversation and three new texts: Martin Herbert reflects on subsea cable stumps and the generative potential of gaps; Jennifer Teets considers flexible pneus and viscous processes; and Robin Watkins tackles a slow real-time collaboration. Images have been grouped in a loosely chronological sequence, allowing exhibition views to fold out into parallel trajectories that emphasize Canell's ongoing preoccupation with the configuration and breakdown of material relations.
Martin Herbert, Jennifer Teets, Robin Watkins (+ a transcribed conversation between Alexander R. Galloway and Nicole Starosielski)