Endless, heftetEngelsk, 2019


For over fifteen years, Karen Reimer has dedicated her artistic life to reconsidering modernist ideals and minimalist embodiment through the intriguing quirks of handmade and everyday objects. Endless, offers over seventy-five gorgeous reproductions of Reimer's past works, with a particular focus on her new architecture-related project, Endless Set. With this installation, Reimer uses appliqued pillowcases to connect the domesticity of hand-sewn fabric to the infiniteness of the prime number sequence. Endless, also includes essays from Lauren Berlant and Judith Russi Kirshner, two of the most respected voices in the art, architecture, and contemporary theory fields.