“The objectification of materials that most people have never noticed. The objectification of phenomenon in relation to human beings. It is equal and consistent with relations to human beings. It is based on the art is made by people and for people. Otherwise, there is no reason for it to exist. I make complicated movies sometimes, I make things but in fact I can explain it and when I make it I don't have to explain it any longer. That's the whole point of what already is, already is an objectification of something that you are trying to communicate with a culture. It's that tiny little thing that you don't want to fuck up someone's day but the purpose of what you are doing is to fuck up their whole life.”_______Lawrence Weiner, on describing his work
Nathaniel Ainley, Creators, June 11, 2017

…..Displaying her hallmark aesthetic of cut-and-sew tailoring, the latest program further investigates the delicate balance between “the intent of the creator and the subjective interpretation of the receiver,” according to a press release from Sacai. By taking clothes from the everyday and elevating them, Abe forges an entirely new context altogether.

An example of such artistic repurposing is the typographic artwork of American artist Lawrence Weiner, seen on all-over prints rendered on select pieces….