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April 01, 2000 — April 29, 2000
76 Grand Street, New York

Ingrid Calame documents a parade of pedestrian information left by passers-by. This human material is at the core of her work: tracing stains from the horizontal planes of the street and sidewalk, Calame compresses the daily evidence of mortality with the natural human resistance to the comprehension of our own death.
The various forms of Calame's artwork comprise a model of the methodology of cognition. Teasing out links between part and whole, moment and continuum, it is in the ellipses of information between these bodies of work that she negotiates the abstract.

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