Also on view is a much more ephemeral work: a site-specific wall drawing made with colored pencils. From afar, the drawing appears as a soft, smoky rectangle centered upon the gallery’s far wall. Up close, its composition of individual darker and lighter square patches reveals itself, echoing both the patterned weave of the wall hangings and the lined surfaces of the urns. The delicacy of the drawing highlights that of the other works nearby. Though they seem, at first, to be solid and substantial, they can easily crumble into pieces and be brushed away. Just like so much of the stuff of the past, and the people who made it.