1989, LeSaffre Willstein Gallery, Boston, MA
The installation builds an ephemeral structure within the solid architecture of the gallery. Suspended screen panels cast delicate shadows onto the walls. The floor is covered with layers of screen; shifting underfoot, they create moiré patterns that look like water.
"Structure/Nonstructure," shown in LeSaffre Wilstein's basement room, was the most object-oriented work yet from this artist, whose scrim set pieces and installations have graced a number of dance and multimedia presentations. -- Art in America READ REVIEWS