George Stone: Probabilities – A Twenty Year Survey

This full-color catalog designed by Gail Swanlund for the exhibition at the Municipal Art Gallery at Barnsdall Art Park, focuses on the installation work of Los Angeles artist George Stone. His extensive use if discarded technologies found in surplus yards that are then re-engineered to represent complex wired-era metaphors make him a true pioneer in the expansion of our sculptural vocabulary. This first survey of Stone’s work includes writings by leading essayists Norman M. Klein, Peter Lunenfeld, Judith E. Vida, M.D., and Ralph Rugoff.