Here’s a short thing I wrote about my friend Sarah Hicks' work for our show, which just concluded at the Hyde Park Art Center in Chicago:

"Sarah’s enigmatic and beautiful sculptures elude any simple explanation.  I like to think of them as the cultural relics of a civilization much cooler than ours — miraculously bequeathed to us when found floating in the vacuum of space, or perhaps dug out the dirt on a foreign planet.  Each, like the femur of a tyrannosaurus, is at once a precious, independent artifact and a necessary piece of a larger, more abstract totality.  Sarah’s utopia is an utterly charming and lovely place in which to live."

See post below for some installation shots of our show.