Much of McClure’s practice involves using processes more often applied to textiles than paper. McClure has also created a series of finely woven paper objects reminiscent of wall tapestries. To create this series, the artist cut up classic comics into strips—Captain America, Wonder Woman, The Adventures of Tin-Tin—and pieced them back together, weaving alternate storylines that are barely perceptible. The show also contains an installation in the gallery’s project room, Mini Market, for which the artist color-coded corporate packaging in red and green, punching tiny holes in the packaging in a reference to the Ishihara color-blind tests. Finally, the show includes several of the artist’s balls of string—Jack Kerouac books cut into strips of paper and then reassembled into balls.