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For the past twenty-five years Cordy Ryman’s work has been rooted in manipulating materials across a wide range of scale, including wall, floor, corner works, and installations. Painting primarily on wood allows Ryman the versatility to expand the work’s viability.

Press Release

The works on view in Redux are composed of elements that existed in previous forms and often had different functions. Reacting to the nature of the material and the relationship between the material and the space around it, Ryman has adapted and rendered the material into new forms. Ryman explains, “When the requirements for the previous forms cease to be, the histories contained in the materials …

The works on view in Redux are composed of elements that existed in previous forms and often had different functions. Reacting to the nature of the material and the relationship between the material and the space around it, Ryman has adapted and rendered the material into new forms. Ryman explains, “When the requirements for the previous forms cease to be, the histories contained in the materials begin to break down and return to a state that entails a redux.”

The primary focal point of the exhibition is Ryman’s large-scale, site-specific Root Vine Pyramid. The corner installation is composed …

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Location

3408 NW 7th Ave.
Miami, FL, US