This week’s Modern Art Notes Podcast features Erwin Redl. The Toledo Museum of Art is exhibiting Redl’s newest work, Floating, In Silence (2013) in its SANAA-designed Glass Pavilion. Redl developed Floating, In Silence as a resident artist in the TMA’s Guest Artist Pavilion Project. It is the first work he’s made that does not include rely upon electricity. While the work is installed out of doors and as a result there is no set close-of-exhibition date, it should be on view through next summer.
The two images above show the way in which Redl uses Floating to play with the idea of overlapping grids, a subject he and MAN Podcast host Tyler Green discuss on this week’s program. Click on the images above to expand them.
Redl was born in Austria, came to the United States on a Fulbright and now lives and works in Bowling Green, Ohio. He’s exhibited throughout the United States and Europe, including at the Wexner Center for the Arts at The Ohio State University, in the Whitney Biennial, at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego and at the Chinati Foundation in Marfa, Texas, where he was in residence in 2003. Thorough documentation of Redl’s work is available on his website.
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