An apt title for an exhibition with a post-Internet sensibility, “Everythings” suggests the infinite multiplication of both information and objects in the world. The three featured Millennial artists—Hayden Dunham, Parker Ito and Timur Si-Qin—accordingly take varied approaches to form. Ito’s chaotic installations of lights, cast sculptures and digitally composed paintings, hanging from metal chains and ropes, are a weighty translation of the “network.” Si-Qin’s sleek pairing of a 3-D printed proto-human skull with photos of Abercrombie-esque models creates an inert funerary tableau. By contrast, Dunham’s pale works are in states of material transformation, all containing the artist’s signature shape-shifting material GEL. One work gently sprawling across the floor seems to respire, while a set of bubblers turn GEL from liquid to vapor.
Pictured: Installation view of “Everythings”; at Andrea Rosen, New York.