David Zwirner Gallery presents A Point in Space is a Place for an Argument. Based on Wittgenstein’s remark in the Tractatus Logicus Philosophicus (2.0131) that “a point in space is an argument place”, the exhibited works explore the interrelations of space, materiality and infinity.

The displayed works symbolize materiality in a variety of ways. Al Taylor rejects traditional media in favor of “non-art” by employing broomsticks to highlight the concept of a spatial object. Isa Genzken’s heavy concrete sculptures, by contrast, represent our understanding of mass and weight. The viewing includes art of 30 different artists, and runs from June 28-August 10.