“Flesh and Bone,” an exhibition with wide-ranging symbolic references to Galvanism, Vatican frescoes and Gilles Deleuze, showcases Darren Blackstone Foote’s deftness with his principal material, wood. For one wall-mounted work, Foote stretched dark brown cow hide over four wooden triangles, hung side by side to form a glossy parallelogram; close inspection reveals the hides to be etched with delicate lightning bolts. Source, a lighting fixture of sorts, is a glowing bulb encased in a spindly cage carved from a single root system.
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