Liz Larner:Don’t put it back like it was
Cloth, 9.5 x 11 inches
Reconsidering her enduring formal and material concerns alongside her relationship to a feminist sculptural position, this monograph offers an opportunity to survey Los Angeles-based sculptor Liz Larner’s artistic project within today’s expanded discourses of embodiment, gender, and posthumanism, and to recalibrate our understanding of it in relation to histories of postminimalism and installation art, which have often underpinned its reception.
Texts by Connie Butler, Ariana Reines, and Catherine Liu. Conversation by Mary Ceruti. Edited by Karen Kelly and Barbara Schroeder.
This illustrated catalog is published on the occasion of Liz Larner: Don’t put it back like it was, the artist’s largest survey exhibition since 2001, co-organized by SculptureCenter and the Walker Art Center.
Dancing Foxes Press, SculptureCenter, and Walker Art Center, 2022