The Day Before Yesterday and The Day After Tomorrow,” 114” x 210,” paint, silk screen, joint compound, pencil on wood panel, Whitney Biennial, 2008

“The Day Before Yesterday the Day After Tomorrow,” is a painting of an unearthed wall.
The painting functions as a gap between the physical fact of the material and the fiction of a painting. The red and white striped rectangle is a folded piece of Sheetrock.
The stripes appear again in the museum’s stairwell.

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