The Right to Offend is Sacred

In The Right to Offend is Sacred Andrew’s transaesthetic becomes a curatorial imperative in the Enwezor manner. Quoting Judith Butler Anthony Gardner aptly called Andrew’s works “assemblages”. Many are in a quite literal sense in that they assemble all manner of documents and objects in vitrines and on walls. But Gardner means more than this. As if caught in some fractal geometry, these assemblages transmutate across the galleries like cells continuously dividing and multiplying into a larger assemblage. Read more.

The Right to Offend is Sacred. National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne. March 3 – June 4, 2017