In Robin Rhode’s graffiti-inspired photo sets-installed here in grids of eight, nine and 15-the action unfolds left to right and tip to bottom, as if the prints came from a deconstructed flip book. In Twilight we see the artist, photographed in a bright purple hoodie, slowly sweeping an oversize feather across a stark white wall; the last photo has Rhode is on his back, “holding” the last feather above his face as if he were a peacock.
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