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“At Gladstone, he stood in the middle of his own capsizing space, wrapping frayed wires with brown masking tape. His installation, “Concordia, Concordia,” which opens Sept. 13, is a room inside a room, a giant box built from plywood and decorated in cruise-ship chintz, and it is capsizing, not capsized—Mr. Hirschhorn feels this is an important distinction. He is tall, and has glasses and a heavy Germanic accent. He sounds like he has big tonsils that make each word a push, but speaks quickly all the same.” (galleristny)

At Gladstone, he stood in the middle of his own capsizing space, wrapping frayed wires with brown masking tape. His installation, “Concordia, Concordia,” which opens Sept. 13, is a room inside a room, a giant box built from plywood and decorated in cruise-ship chintz, and it is capsizing, not capsized—Mr. Hirschhorn feels this is an important distinction. He is tall, and has glasses and a heavy Germanic accent. He sounds like he has big tonsils that make each word a push, but speaks quickly all the same.” (galleristny)

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    I want to explore.
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    Pretty sure that man on the scissor lift is Thomas Hirschhorn’s assistant Bjorn Meyer-Ebrecht. Super dude!
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