by Zolton in New Events on Wednesday 9 April 2008

New York-artist Morgan Croney has an exhibition of new works opening at Brooklyn’s HQ Gallery on April 11 ‘which takes Sol LeWitt’s famous dictum — Irrational thoughts should be followed absolutely and logically — quite seriously’. Croney’s artwork is based around complex geometric forms and mathematical notations, ‘which suggest nothing so much as deliberately purposeful rationality while leading nowhere – nowhere rational, anyway – and giving very few clues as to the mechanism of their production. The result is a critique of rationality – or, maybe, rationality for its own sake, devoid of its normal impulses’. The show runs until June 8th.