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- Dan Peterman: Sulfur Cycle 2.0–
- Long Four stacks of light-colored materials, which appear to be drywall, are installed in a gallery setting. Each stack of drywall is about thigh high, is laid out lengthwise along an open window. The bare branches of trees and a street is visible outside the window. The bright sunshine out the window on the left side of the gallery cast shadows from the stacks along the right of the floor.
- Jana Sterbak–
- Long Two works of art are seen installed in a corner of a gallery in a portrait-style view. On the left, leaning up against the wall, is photo (about the size of a refrigerator) of a figure embracing a white form. The white form, cocoonish in shape, appears to be made of wrapped fabric and is taller than the human embracing it, obscuring the person's head. Slightly taller, on the right wall, a grey man's suit that seems to be made of felt, hangs from a wooden hanger with the pant legs a few inches from the ground. A grey wall label is installed on the wall about face-level midway between the photo and the suit.