Gisela Colón: Existential Time
December 3, 2020 - January 3, 2021
340 Royal Poinciana Way, Suite M334,
Palm Beach, FL 33480

Gisela Colón often creates monolithic forms that seemingly have a life of their own and question the meaning of human existence. Her latest solo exhibition riffs on these themes, exploring how time expands, retracts, and collapses. Time seemingly stopped when human activity diminished due to the pandemic, but Colón offers another perspective with two short films, her new Rectanguloids series rendered in iridescent blow-moulded acrylic, and a 12-foot-tall carbon-fiber monolith. (The show also includes a glimmering sculpture presented at Desert X AlUla in Saudi Arabia earlier this year.) After the recent discovery of several monoliths—possibly made by sculptor John McCracken, or aliens—we think Colón’s works may signal an end to the pandemic (or humanity as we know it).

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