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A Week At A Glance is a one-year project by Micah Lexier made specifically for Rodman Hall Art Centre. Beginning on the first Monday of 2011, four objects are displayed in the gallery's project space, which has been converted, per Lexier's specifications, into a custom-built vitrine. Each Monday, one object is removed and replaced by another object drawn...
A Week At A Glance is a one-year project by Micah Lexier made specifically for Rodman Hall Art Centre. Beginning on the first Monday of 2011, four objects are displayed in the gallery's project space, which has been converted, per Lexier's specifications, into a custom-built vitrine. Each Monday, one object is removed and replaced by another object drawn from Lexier's personal collection of everyday items. After fifty-two objects have cycled through the installation, three of the four objects presented during the first week are reintroduced, one per week, during the last three weeks of the installation. The project concludes on the first Sunday of 2012 with a display that is one move away from the first, creating a complete loop that brings the project back to its beginning. This bookwork is a size-as reproduction of all fifty-two one-week displays. The size of the book relates to the display surface in the vitrine, and each week is represented by three consecutive double-page spreads. The book was designed as a stand-in for the exhibition, but it also stands alone.
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