Posts Tagged ‘Walead Beshty’

WALEAD BESHTY // IN CONVERSATION

By Natalie Hegert In Walead Beshty’s work, the means of a work’s production—the various material transformations and transferences that it undergoes, even its transportation—becomes central to the work itself. In the 2008 Whitney Biennial, Beshty displayed prints from negatives that had been exposed to X-ray as they passed through airport terminals, thus bearing, in a[…]