“Levine once said her work is just ‘questions – that’s all.’ But they’re not asked passively or compassionately: they operate in blind spots, are aggressive, roguishly discursive, buffeting. Hers is an art of enigmatic exile, memory traces of things that might be, withdrawal. At the Whitney is a bronze sculpture of what looks like a calf’s skeleton – but look close and you’ll see it has two spines and two heads. That’s what I see here: Things spontaneously self-replicate, split, fissure, fracture and multiply into beings in one body with more than one mind, organizing themselves to survive.”
Jerry Saltz, “Sherrie Levine: It’s Payback Time,” in New York Magazine, 10 November 2011
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