The first monograph on Liz Glynn offers a thematic journey through a decade of her sculptures, installations, and live performances.
From her first participatory performance building Rome in 24 hours—in cardboard—to Open House, her open-air Gilded Age ballroom—cast in concrete—in Central Park, Liz Glynn examines the past to shed light on present-day social and economic conditions through a diverse array of sculptures, structures, and actions. Emphasizing Glynn’s interest in process, temporality, labor, and shifting notions of value, this monograph features a series of essays on the artist's practice as a whole, texts on each of her discrete projects, and documentation of her performances. Together they give readers a comprehensive overview of an artist whose career has garnered enormous attention from audiences and critics alike.
SUSAN CROSS is Curator of Visual Arts at MASS MoCA in North Adams, Massachusetts. CONNIE BUTLER is Chief Curator at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles. JOSÉ LUIS BLONDET is Curator of Special Projects at LACMA in Los Angeles.