September 2009

Roni Horn

Mignon Nixon

IS MINIMAL DIFFERENCE a major subject? Even so-called identicals, Marcel Duchamp observed, reveal shades of difference, which he memorably called infra-thin. Roni Horn’s work mines that proposition exhaustively, asking us to find differences in things and then to question why we need them. For Horn, the terrain of likeness—that which is similar, the same yet different, …

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