MF Exhibitions

Geraldine Ondrizek

April 15, 1989
A long sumac limb, stripped to smooth whiteness, curls itself midair in the first room. It forces itself through the wall into an adjoining room.

In the dimly lit space, an overturned root of an Osage orange tree leaves little room for movement. All soil has been cleaned away, revealing patches of orange-red skin.
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