Lucy is a writer and gallerist-in-training living in Brooklyn. She recently graduated from Cornell University, where she wrote features and exhibition reviews for The Cornell Daily Sun and completed an honors thesis on the relationships between poetry, painting, and mathematics in British Romanticism.
Posts written by Lucy Li
Dirt, dust, and sand form the perfect antithesis to the “white box” aesthetic. They illustrate the passage of time, the existence of history, and the absence of light. They offer proof of violence and destruction, collect marks, hide things, form deceptions. Yet they are powerless against wind, water, detergent, and our cultural conception of their negligible value. The Museum of Arts and Design continues to examine non-traditional materials.