Charles Harlan: Moving Remesh '13 5 31
"If a portal is a gate that links two distant locations separated by spacetime, then Moving Remesh created one. From the lumber yard to the studio to the gallery. With each stop on its journey a sculpture adds to its aura, more metadata, another memory. Dumb objects can become artworks simply by moving them somewhere." –from Moving Remesh '13 5 31
Moving Remesh chronicles Charles Harlan’s journey taking his art outside of the studio setting. Full spread black and white photos show Harlan wheeling a ten-foot diameter pipe nearly a mile through New York’s Lower East Side, a study in how objects morph into artworks as the setting around them also changes.
Photographs by Ari Marcopoulos. Edition of 500.Published by Karma, New York, 2013, paperback, 64 pages, 9 x 6 inches.