Fences, Sausages, and an Ark Hive: Around Cleveland’s Front International Triennial, Part 2

Walead Beshty’s sculptures, made from dismantled printers and flat-screen televisions, at the Akron Art Museum. Though broken apart and speared by poles, these digital objects are still alive—they can be heard whirring and sawing throughout the gallery.

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