Crossing New ‘Terrain’: An Interview with Yasue Maetake

Entering the sunlit space of 5-50 Gallery in Long Island City, I was immersed in a scene of shrapnel from an exploded post-industrial site. The colliding masses of textures are still in flight, yet for a moment, magnetically tethered to spindly metal structures. These fragmented remnants threaten to give into forces of gravity and yet feel serenely grounded.  Andrew Erdos and Yasue Maetake’s second collaboration Amorphous Terrain II, disperses these forms in their shifting state throu...

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