, a standout at the New Museum Triennial
this past February, and
, beloved since her solo show last April at The Kitchen, have each garnered their share of attention since the spring. Kline, currently featured in an exhibition at Modern Art Oxford
(which ends this week), fills the main wall of 47 Canal’s booth with cast and 3D-printed donuts—one is handcuffed, another suited up like the NYPD. “They’re talking about the same politics that come out of his Zuccotti Park installations,” said the gallery’s Jamie Kenyon, motioning to donuts outfitted with concrete and shattered glass, and recalling the site of Occupy Wall Street in New York in 2011. On the neighboring wall, Yi’s simulations of bacteria—germs she cultivated after collecting samples from 100 women around New York City—hang side-by-side like paintings. “She’d love to be able to paint with bacteria—but it’s not so installation friendly,” adds Kenyon. The one on the left is titled after the bacteria that stems from swallowing a bad oyster, the one on the right is from avian flu—neither a pathogen one wants to bring home from Frieze.