Melissa Pokorny Drag (Double Goer) 2005 MDF, laminates, polyurethane resins, polar fleece and fabric 38" x 41" x 74" [installation view]
Melissa Pokorny You and Me and Bird Shit 2005 MDF, laminates, polyurethane resins, bogus bricks, fabric 33" x 28" x 49" [installation view]
Oh yes! But I think my favorite is the piece on the artist's home page.
Prominent highlights of the Fountain fair across the highway from Armory were Melissa Pokorny's two wonderful/weird sculptures on the floor just inside the door. They were part of The Front Room's contribution.
Pokorny was part of the gallery's January/February group show.
From her site:
Forget meaning. This work functions like some sort of homemade cultural probe. Think of a kid poking a stick into swamp water and removing it to see what lies beneath. Pokorny's creative imagination seems to work that way.
People have a hard time imagining living with Pokorny's sculpture, but in a sense we all do already.