June 23, 2006 |
Bank inaugurates its new space this month with a neatly matched pair of exhibitions concerned with issues of technology and perception. Osman Khan's "Unviewed," in the main space, consists of a single glossy black monolith, 8 feet high, 4 feet across and 2 feet deep. At a glance, it's not much to look at. Indeed, as the title suggests you may find your eyes slipping right past it in search of the art, as if it were a piece of the architecture. Appearances can be deceiving, however.