Corin Hewitt’s performative installations use exhibition spaces as sites for production. Integrating process and display strategies, Hewitt offers viewers the simultaneous encounter of an artwork and the action that brought it to be. For his exhibition at MOCA Cleveland, Hewitt has designed a compressed space inside the gallery walls, allowing him to work in close proximity to viewers while remaining unseen. "The Hedge" is composed of an array of elements that will shift over the course of the exhibition: sculptures nestled between exposed studs; backdrops or "grounds" made with photographs of Hewitt’s studio; and vibrantly painted domestic objects integrated into both.
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