timecompressionmachine 500 sq ft, mixed media installation, at MoMA PS1 for Greater New York 2010, curated by Klaus Biesenbach, Connie Butler and Neville Wakefield

timecompressionmachine is a mixed media process-oriented painting installation which explodes painting’s flatness into three-dimensional space. The experiential installation consists of acrylic on wall, acrylic on tape strung as tape screens, acrylic on canvas, watercolor on paper, digital prints, text, books, laminated printed images, exhibition press releases, and collaged text from exhibition reviews. The exhibition space and the “studio” merge. The material and ideational processes compress a measurement of past time (e.g., accumulated press releases from gallery exhibitions for one art season) into the space of a room.

MoMA PS1 video Greater New York 2010 Franklin Evans: Paint and Process

MoMA PS1 link Greater New York 2010 

Link to Jerry Saltz Review, New York Magazine, May 2010.

Link to Roberta Smith Review, New York Times, May 2010.

Link to Colby Chamberlain Review, Art Agenda, June 2010.

Link to Richard Goldstein Roundtable, Bomblog, September 2010.

Link to Faye Hirsch, Review, Art in America, September 2010.

Link to Steve Kaplan, Review,, May 2010.