March 21 - April 18, 2015
1010 N Highland Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90038
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Ryan Foerster’s work is a constellation of interactions and chance. Polyurethane leftover from the time he redid his floors is pooled across the surface of large glass plates dotted with scraps, bits, and streaks of recycled and reconstituted materials. These things are all vestiges of time spent and experiences had: the flower-printed deli bags used to carry lunch, the shavings from drilling out the holes in the metal brackets, and the photo toners from the dark room that were just about to be thrown out. Foerster uses these discarded materials in a way that they become both the beginning of something new and the memory of what was.
Ryan Foerster (b.1983 in Newmarket, Canada) lives and works in New York. He has presented solo shows at CLEARING, Brooklyn, New York; Martos Gallery, New York, New York; Ribordy Contemporary, Geneva Switzerland. He has been featured in group exhibitions internationally including Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York, New York; Night Gallery, Los Angeles, California; Art: Concept, Paris, France; Maison Particulière Art Center Brussels, Belgium; Shanghai Bienniel, Shanghai, China.