Sarah Walker Review, Art in America

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Walker suggests force fields and event horizons. Partially Seen Things (all works 2010) sports intersecting cantilevered dumbbell shapes—looking something like a misbegotten Eames coatrack—in electric azure and ruddy plum. Irregularly spaced yellow-green stripes race through a space mottled with turquoise and tangerine. The interpenetration of fore-, middle- and background looks familiar, recalling the overlaid graphical systems of Terry Winters and Bruce Pearson.