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Ingrid Calame's show "Tracks" includes a couple of oil-on-aluminum paintings, but the stars are undoubtedly her two gallery-spanning pounced wall drawings. Using the Renaissance-era image-transfer technique of forcing colored powdered pigment through a perforated template onto the wall, Calame layers tracings of tire tracks from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway; in the back are replicas of poster-size number stencils the artist saw on the floor of a steel factory in Buffalo.

Ingrid Calame's show "Tracks" includes a couple of oil-on-aluminum paintings, but the stars are undoubtedly her two gallery-spanning pounced wall drawings. Using the Renaissance-era image-transfer technique of forcing colored powdered pigment through a perforated template onto the wall, Calame layers tracings of tire tracks from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway; in the back are replicas of poster-size number stencils the artist saw on the floor of a steel factory in Buffalo.

INGRID CALAME  #229 Drawing (Tracings up to the L.A. River placed in the Clark Telescope Dome, Lowell Observatory, Flagstaff, AZ), 2006  color pencil on trace mylar  72 X 48 inches

INGRID CALAME #229 Drawing (Tracings up to the L.A. River placed in the Clark Telescope Dome, Lowell Observatory, Flagstaff, AZ), 2006 color pencil on trace mylar 72 X 48 inches

INGRID CALAME  #181 Working Drawing [detail], 2005  color pencil on trace mylar  136 X 88 inches

INGRID CALAME #181 Working Drawing [detail], 2005 color pencil on trace mylar 136 X 88 inches

François Morellet : Bandes à part, 2006

François Morellet : Bandes à part, 2006

[24/4/14] François Morellet, 3 Trames 1°-90°-179°, 1971

[24/4/14] François Morellet, 3 Trames 1°-90°-179°, 1971