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Saturday, May 26, 2007

Today the Stranger Suggests

posted by on May 26 at 12:00 PM


‘At What Point Is the Wax No Longer Wax?’
(Art) Wax is so different under differing conditions that only thinking makes it wax, Descartes wrote. California artist Amir Zaki makes trees and photographs seem just as contingent. Are these oddly shaped trunks and stumps suburban mutants that have been caught in a strange light at night, or did Zaki alter them? It’s a well-trod theme in photography, but Zaki’s images are fresh, neither stagy nor naturalistic, but alien in a surprisingly familiar way. (James Harris Gallery, 309A Third Ave S, 903-6220. 11 amó5 pm, free.) Jen Graves

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