Performances Under Working Conditions poster   Petzel  New York  New York  2014   

Performances Under Working Conditions poster

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  Performances Under Working Conditions press release   Petzel  New York  New York  2014   

Performances Under Working Conditions press release

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  Performances Under Working Conditions   Petzel  New York  New York  2014   

Performances Under Working Conditions

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  Performances Under Working Conditions   Petzel  New York  New York  2014   

Performances Under Working Conditions

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  Performances Under Working Conditions   Petzel  New York  New York  2014   

Performances Under Working Conditions

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  Performances Under Working Conditions   Petzel  New York  New York  2014   

Performances Under Working Conditions

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  Performances Under Working Conditions   Petzel  New York  New York  2014   

Performances Under Working Conditions

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  Performances Under Working Conditions   Petzel  New York  New York  2014   

Performances Under Working Conditions

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  Performances Under Working Conditions   Petzel  New York  New York  2014   

Performances Under Working Conditions

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  Performances Under Working Conditions   Petzel  New York  New York  2014   

Performances Under Working Conditions

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  Performances Under Working Conditions   Petzel  New York  New York  2014   

Performances Under Working Conditions

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  Performances Under Working Conditions   Petzel  New York  New York  2014   

Performances Under Working Conditions

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  Performances Under Working Conditions   Petzel  New York  New York  2014   

Performances Under Working Conditions

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  Performances Under Working Conditions   Petzel  New York  New York  2014   

Performances Under Working Conditions

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  Performances Under Working Conditions   Petzel  New York  New York  2014   

Performances Under Working Conditions

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  Performances Under Working Conditions   Petzel  New York  New York  2014   

Performances Under Working Conditions

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  Performances Under Working Conditions   Petzel  New York  New York  2014   

Performances Under Working Conditions

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  Performances Under Working Conditions   Petzel  New York  New York  2014   

Performances Under Working Conditions

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  Performances Under Working Conditions   Petzel  New York  New York  2014   

Performances Under Working Conditions

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  Performances Under Working Conditions   Petzel  New York  New York  2014   

Performances Under Working Conditions

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  Performances Under Working Conditions   Petzel  New York  New York  2014   

Performances Under Working Conditions

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  Directors 1 [Source: wood, laminate, and particleboard desk designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan from the reception office at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York. Surrogate: WB72814A (produced in conjunction with Andrea Teschke, Partner), titled Copper Surrogate (Desk, section 1: designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan, 456 West 18th Street, New York, New York, June 26–August 18, 2014 ), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014, made of polished copper and powdercoated steel with the dimensions145 3/16 x226 1/8 x 30 3/4 inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder-coated steel support structures. $74,683.00 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Crate 88 Incorporated from Los Angeles to New York, June 19th through June 23rd 2014. Installed in place of Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan reception desk at 456 West 18th Street, New York on June 26th 2014, exposure through the duration of A Machinery for Living organized by Walead Beshty at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, closing August 8th 2014. Due to the length and shape of the surface, copper surrogate portion produced in four sections, section 1 is 33 1/2 x 97 7/8 x 1 1/2 inches. Section 1 has one cabinet surrogate with the dimensions 29 1/4 x 15 1/4 x 21 3/4 inches and three large drawer surrogates, each with the dimensions 3 1/8 x 21 3/4 x 28 inches.]    2014   Polished copper table top and powder-coated steel  97 7/8 x 33 1/2 x 1 1/2 inches   Surrogates (Tabletop and Desktop), 2008–    

Directors 1 [Source: wood, laminate, and particleboard desk designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan from the reception office at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York. Surrogate: WB72814A (produced in conjunction with Andrea Teschke, Partner), titled Copper Surrogate (Desk, section 1: designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan, 456 West 18th Street, New York, New York, June 26–August 18, 2014 ), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014, made of polished copper and powdercoated steel with the dimensions145 3/16 x226 1/8 x 30 3/4 inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder-coated steel support structures. $74,683.00 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Crate 88 Incorporated from Los Angeles to New York, June 19th through June 23rd 2014. Installed in place of Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan reception desk at 456 West 18th Street, New York on June 26th 2014, exposure through the duration of A Machinery for Living organized by Walead Beshty at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, closing August 8th 2014. Due to the length and shape of the surface, copper surrogate portion produced in four sections, section 1 is 33 1/2 x 97 7/8 x 1 1/2 inches. Section 1 has one cabinet surrogate with the dimensions 29 1/4 x 15 1/4 x 21 3/4 inches and three large drawer surrogates, each with the dimensions 3 1/8 x 21 3/4 x 28 inches.]

2014

Polished copper table top and powder-coated steel

97 7/8 x 33 1/2 x 1 1/2 inches

Surrogates (Tabletop and Desktop), 2008–

 

  Directors 2 [Source: wood, laminate, and particleboard desk designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan from the reception office at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York. Surrogate: WB72814B (produced in conjunction with Kat Parker, Artist Liaison), titled Copper Surrogate (Desk, section 2: designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan, 456 West 18th Street, New York, New York, June 26–August 18, 2014 ), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014, made of polished copper and powdercoated steel with the dimensions 145 3/16 x 226 1/8 x 30 .  inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder-coated steel support structures. $74,683.00 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Crate 88 Incorporated from Los Angeles to New York, June 19th through June 23rd 2014. Installed in place of Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan reception desk at 456 West 18th Street, New York on June 26th 2014, exposure through the duration of A Machinery for Living organized by Walead Beshty at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, closing August 8th 2014. Due to the length and shape of the surface, copper surrogate portion produced in four sections, section 2 is 31 5/8 x 95 x 1 1/2 inches. Section 2 has one cabinet surrogate with the dimensions 29 1/4 x 15 1/4 x 21 3/4 inches and three large drawer surrogates, each with the dimensions 3 1/8 x 21 3/4 x 28 inches.]    2014   Polished copper table top and powder-coated steel  95 x 33 5/8 x 1 1/2 inches   Surrogates (Tabletop and Desktop), 2008–    

Directors 2 [Source: wood, laminate, and particleboard desk designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan from the reception office at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York. Surrogate: WB72814B (produced in conjunction with Kat Parker, Artist Liaison), titled Copper Surrogate (Desk, section 2: designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan, 456 West 18th Street, New York, New York, June 26–August 18, 2014 ), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014, made of polished copper and powdercoated steel with the dimensions 145 3/16 x 226 1/8 x 30 .  inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder-coated steel support structures. $74,683.00 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Crate 88 Incorporated from Los Angeles to New York, June 19th through June 23rd 2014. Installed in place of Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan reception desk at 456 West 18th Street, New York on June 26th 2014, exposure through the duration of A Machinery for Living organized by Walead Beshty at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, closing August 8th 2014. Due to the length and shape of the surface, copper surrogate portion produced in four sections, section 2 is 31 5/8 x 95 x 1 1/2 inches. Section 2 has one cabinet surrogate with the dimensions 29 1/4 x 15 1/4 x 21 3/4 inches and three large drawer surrogates, each with the dimensions 3 1/8 x 21 3/4 x 28 inches.]

2014

Polished copper table top and powder-coated steel

95 x 33 5/8 x 1 1/2 inches

Surrogates (Tabletop and Desktop), 2008–

 

  Directors 3 [Source: wood, laminate, and particleboard desk designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan from the reception office at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York. Surrogate: WB72814C (produced in conjunction with Samantha Tsao, Partner), titled Copper Surrogate (Desk, section 3: designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan, 456 West 18th Street, New York, New York, June 26–August 18, 2014 ), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014, made of polished copper and powder-coated steel with the dimensions 145 3/16 x 226 1/8 x 30 3/4 inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder-coated steel support structures. $74,683.00 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Crate 88 Incorporated from Los Angeles to New York, June 19th through June 23rd 2014. Installed in place of Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan reception desk at 456 West 18th Street, New York on June 26th 2014, exposure through the duration of A Machinery for Living organized by Walead Beshty at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, closing August 8th 2014. Due to the length and shape of the surface, copper surrogate portion produced in four sections, section 3 is 33 5/8 x 94 7/8 x 1 1/2 inches. Section 4 has one cabinet surrogate with the dimensions 29 1/4 x 15 1/4 x 21 3/4 inches and two large drawer surrogates, each with the dimensions 3 1/8 x 21 3/4 x 28 inches.]    2014   Polished copper table top and powder-coated steel  94 7/8 x 33 5/8 x 1 1/2 inches   Surrogates (Tabletop and Desktop), 2008–    

Directors 3 [Source: wood, laminate, and particleboard desk designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan from the reception office at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York. Surrogate: WB72814C (produced in conjunction with Samantha Tsao, Partner), titled Copper Surrogate (Desk, section 3: designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan, 456 West 18th Street, New York, New York, June 26–August 18, 2014 ), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014, made of polished copper and powder-coated steel with the dimensions 145 3/16 x 226 1/8 x 30 3/4 inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder-coated steel support structures. $74,683.00 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Crate 88 Incorporated from Los Angeles to New York, June 19th through June 23rd 2014. Installed in place of Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan reception desk at 456 West 18th Street, New York on June 26th 2014, exposure through the duration of A Machinery for Living organized by Walead Beshty at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, closing August 8th 2014. Due to the length and shape of the surface, copper surrogate portion produced in four sections, section 3 is 33 5/8 x 94 7/8 x 1 1/2 inches. Section 4 has one cabinet surrogate with the dimensions 29 1/4 x 15 1/4 x 21 3/4 inches and two large drawer surrogates, each with the dimensions 3 1/8 x 21 3/4 x 28 inches.]

2014

Polished copper table top and powder-coated steel

94 7/8 x 33 5/8 x 1 1/2 inches

Surrogates (Tabletop and Desktop), 2008–

 

  Directors 4 [Source: wood, laminate, and particleboard desk designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan from the reception office at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York. Surrogate: WB72814D, titled Copper Surrogate (Desk, section 4: designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan, 456 West 18th Street, New York, New York, June 26–August 18, 2014 ), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014 made of polished copper and powder-coated steel with the dimensions 145 3/16 x 226 1/8 x 30 3/4inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder-coated steel support structures. $74,683.00 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Crate 88 Incorporated from Los Angeles to New York, June 19th through June 23rd 2014. Installed in place of Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan reception desk at 456 West 18th Street, New York on June 26th 2014, exposure through the duration of A Machinery for Living organized by Walead Beshty at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, closing August 8th 2014. Due to the length and shape of the surface, copper surrogate portion produced in four sections, section 4 is 33 5/8 x 67 3/4 x 1 1/2 inches. Section 4 has tone cabinet surrogate with the dimensions 29 1/4 x 15 1/4 x 21 3/4 inches and one large drawer surrogate, each with the dimensions 3 1/8 x 21 3/4 x 28 inches.]    2014   Polished copper table top and powder-coated steel  67 3/4 x 33 5/8 x 1 1/2 inches   Surrogates (Tabletop and Desktop), 2008–    

Directors 4 [Source: wood, laminate, and particleboard desk designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan from the reception office at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York. Surrogate: WB72814D, titled Copper Surrogate (Desk, section 4: designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan, 456 West 18th Street, New York, New York, June 26–August 18, 2014 ), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014 made of polished copper and powder-coated steel with the dimensions 145 3/16 x 226 1/8 x 30 3/4inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder-coated steel support structures. $74,683.00 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Crate 88 Incorporated from Los Angeles to New York, June 19th through June 23rd 2014. Installed in place of Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan reception desk at 456 West 18th Street, New York on June 26th 2014, exposure through the duration of A Machinery for Living organized by Walead Beshty at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, closing August 8th 2014. Due to the length and shape of the surface, copper surrogate portion produced in four sections, section 4 is 33 5/8 x 67 3/4 x 1 1/2 inches. Section 4 has tone cabinet surrogate with the dimensions 29 1/4 x 15 1/4 x 21 3/4 inches and one large drawer surrogate, each with the dimensions 3 1/8 x 21 3/4 x 28 inches.]

2014

Polished copper table top and powder-coated steel

67 3/4 x 33 5/8 x 1 1/2 inches

Surrogates (Tabletop and Desktop), 2008–

 

  Directors 5 [Source: wood, laminate, and particleboard desk designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan from the reception office at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York. Surrogate: WB72814E(produced in conjunction with Laura Higgins, Gallery Manager), titled Copper Surrogate (Desk, section 5: designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan, 456 West 18th Street, New York, New York, June 26–August 18, 2014 ), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014, made of polished copper and powder-coated steel with the dimensions 145 3/16 x 226 1/8 x 30 3/4 inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder-coated steel support structures. $74,683.00 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Crate 88 Incorporated from Los Angeles to New York, June 19th through June 23rd 2014. Installed in place of Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan reception desk at 456 West 18th Street, New York on June 26th 2014, exposure through the duration of A Machinery for Living organized by Walead Beshty at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, closing August 8th 2014. Due to the length and shape of the surface, copper surrogate portion produced in four sections, section 5 is 37 3/8 x 84 x 1 1/2 inches. Section 5 has one cabinet surrogate with the dimensions 29 1/4 x 15 1/4 x 21 3/4 inches and three small drawer surrogates, each with the dimensions 3 1/8 x 21 3/4 x 21 3/4 inches.]    2014   Polished copper table top and powder-coated steel  84 x 37 3/8 x 1 1/2 inches   Surrogates (Tabletop and Desktop), 2008–    

Directors 5 [Source: wood, laminate, and particleboard desk designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan from the reception office at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York. Surrogate: WB72814E(produced in conjunction with Laura Higgins, Gallery Manager), titled Copper Surrogate (Desk, section 5: designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan, 456 West 18th Street, New York, New York, June 26–August 18, 2014 ), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014, made of polished copper and powder-coated steel with the dimensions 145 3/16 x 226 1/8 x 30 3/4 inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder-coated steel support structures. $74,683.00 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Crate 88 Incorporated from Los Angeles to New York, June 19th through June 23rd 2014. Installed in place of Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan reception desk at 456 West 18th Street, New York on June 26th 2014, exposure through the duration of A Machinery for Living organized by Walead Beshty at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, closing August 8th 2014. Due to the length and shape of the surface, copper surrogate portion produced in four sections, section 5 is 37 3/8 x 84 x 1 1/2 inches. Section 5 has one cabinet surrogate with the dimensions 29 1/4 x 15 1/4 x 21 3/4 inches and three small drawer surrogates, each with the dimensions 3 1/8 x 21 3/4 x 21 3/4 inches.]

2014

Polished copper table top and powder-coated steel

84 x 37 3/8 x 1 1/2 inches

Surrogates (Tabletop and Desktop), 2008–

 

  Directors 6 [Source: wood, laminate, and particleboard desk designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan from the reception office at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York. Surrogate: WB72814F (produced in conjunction with Marco Palumbo and Alexis Diop,Interns), titled Copper Surrogate (Desk, section 6: designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan, 456 West 18th Street, New York, New York, June 26–August 18, 2014 ), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014, made of polished copper and powder-coated steel with the dimensions 145 3/16 x 226 1/8 x 30 3/4 inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder-coated steel support structures. $74,683.00 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Crate 88 Incorporated from Los Angeles to New York, June 19th through June 23rd 2014. Installed in place of Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan reception desk at 456 West 18th Street, New York on June 26th 2014, exposure through the duration of A Machinery for Living organized by Walead Beshty at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, closing August 8th 2014. Due to the length and shape of the surface, copper surrogate portion produced in four sections, section 6 is 37 3/8 x 83 1/2 x 1 1/2 inches. Section 6 has one cabinet surrogate with the dimensions 29 1/4 x 15 1/4 x 21 3/4 inches and three small drawer surrogates, each with the dimensions 3 1/8 x 21 3/4 x 21 3/4 inches.]    2014   Polished copper table top and powder-coated steel  83 1/2 x 37 3/8 x 1 1/2 inches   Surrogates (Tabletop and Desktop), 2008–    

Directors 6 [Source: wood, laminate, and particleboard desk designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan from the reception office at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York. Surrogate: WB72814F (produced in conjunction with Marco Palumbo and Alexis Diop,Interns), titled Copper Surrogate (Desk, section 6: designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan, 456 West 18th Street, New York, New York, June 26–August 18, 2014 ), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014, made of polished copper and powder-coated steel with the dimensions 145 3/16 x 226 1/8 x 30 3/4 inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder-coated steel support structures. $74,683.00 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Crate 88 Incorporated from Los Angeles to New York, June 19th through June 23rd 2014. Installed in place of Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan reception desk at 456 West 18th Street, New York on June 26th 2014, exposure through the duration of A Machinery for Living organized by Walead Beshty at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, closing August 8th 2014. Due to the length and shape of the surface, copper surrogate portion produced in four sections, section 6 is 37 3/8 x 83 1/2 x 1 1/2 inches. Section 6 has one cabinet surrogate with the dimensions 29 1/4 x 15 1/4 x 21 3/4 inches and three small drawer surrogates, each with the dimensions 3 1/8 x 21 3/4 x 21 3/4 inches.]

2014

Polished copper table top and powder-coated steel

83 1/2 x 37 3/8 x 1 1/2 inches

Surrogates (Tabletop and Desktop), 2008–

 

  Reception 1 [Source: wood, laminate, and particleboard desk designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan from the reception office at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York. Surrogate: WB72714A (produced in conjunction with Matthew Wilkin, Director), Copper Surrogate (Reception Desk, section 1: designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan, 456 West 18th Street, New York, New York, June 26–August 18, 2014), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014,made of polished copper and powder-coated steel with the dimensions 145 3/16 x 226 1/8 x 30 3/4 inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder-coated steel support structures. $42,933.00 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Crate 88 Incorporated from Los Angeles to New York, June 19th through June 23rd 2014. Installed in place of Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan reception desk at 456 West 18th Street, New York on June 26th 2014, exposure through the duration of A Machinery for Living organized by Walead Beshty at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, closing August 8th 2014. Due to the length and shape of the surface, copper surrogate portion produced in four sections, section 1 is 31 x 62 3/4 x 1 1/2 inches. Section 1 has one cabinet surrogate with the dimensions 29 1/4 x 15 1/4 x 21 3/4 inches and two small drawer surrogates, each with the dimensions 3 1/8 x 21 3/4 x 21 3/4 inches.]    2014   Polished copper table top and powder-coated steel  62 3/4 x 31 x 1 1/2 inches   Surrogates (Tabletop and Desktop), 2008–    

Reception 1 [Source: wood, laminate, and particleboard desk designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan from the reception office at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York. Surrogate: WB72714A (produced in conjunction with Matthew Wilkin, Director), Copper Surrogate (Reception Desk, section 1: designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan, 456 West 18th Street, New York, New York, June 26–August 18, 2014), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014,made of polished copper and powder-coated steel with the dimensions 145 3/16 x 226 1/8 x 30 3/4 inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder-coated steel support structures. $42,933.00 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Crate 88 Incorporated from Los Angeles to New York, June 19th through June 23rd 2014. Installed in place of Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan reception desk at 456 West 18th Street, New York on June 26th 2014, exposure through the duration of A Machinery for Living organized by Walead Beshty at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, closing August 8th 2014. Due to the length and shape of the surface, copper surrogate portion produced in four sections, section 1 is 31 x 62 3/4 x 1 1/2 inches. Section 1 has one cabinet surrogate with the dimensions 29 1/4 x 15 1/4 x 21 3/4 inches and two small drawer surrogates, each with the dimensions 3 1/8 x 21 3/4 x 21 3/4 inches.]

2014

Polished copper table top and powder-coated steel

62 3/4 x 31 x 1 1/2 inches

Surrogates (Tabletop and Desktop), 2008–

 

  Reception 2 [Source: wood, laminate, and particleboard desk designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan from the reception office at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York.Surrogate: WB72714B (produced in conjunction with Jason Murison, Director), titled Copper Surrogate (Desk, section 2: designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan, 456 West 18th Street, New York, New York, June 26–August 18, 2014), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014, made of polished copper and powder-coated steel with the dimensions 145 3/16 x 226 1/8 x 30 3/4 inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder-coated steel support structures. $42,933.00 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Crate 88 Incorporated from Los Angeles to New York, June 19th through June 23rd 2014. Installed in place of Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan reception desk at 456 West 18th Street, New York on June 26th 2014, exposure through the duration of A Machinery for Living organized by Walead Beshty at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, closing August 8th 2014. Due to the length and shape of the surface, copper surrogate portion produced in four sections, section 2 is 31 x 81 7/8 x 1 1/2 inches. Section 2 has two cabinet surrogate with the dimensions 29 1/4 x 15 1/4 x 21 3/4 inches and two small drawer surrogates, each with the dimensions 3 1/8 x 21 3/4 x 21 3/4 inches.]    2014   Polished copper table top and powder-coated steel  81 7/8 x 31 x 1 1/2 inches   Surrogates (Tabletop and Desktop), 2008–    

Reception 2 [Source: wood, laminate, and particleboard desk designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan from the reception office at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York.Surrogate: WB72714B (produced in conjunction with Jason Murison, Director), titled Copper Surrogate (Desk, section 2: designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan, 456 West 18th Street, New York, New York, June 26–August 18, 2014), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014, made of polished copper and powder-coated steel with the dimensions 145 3/16 x 226 1/8 x 30 3/4 inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder-coated steel support structures. $42,933.00 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Crate 88 Incorporated from Los Angeles to New York, June 19th through June 23rd 2014. Installed in place of Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan reception desk at 456 West 18th Street, New York on June 26th 2014, exposure through the duration of A Machinery for Living organized by Walead Beshty at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, closing August 8th 2014. Due to the length and shape of the surface, copper surrogate portion produced in four sections, section 2 is 31 x 81 7/8 x 1 1/2 inches. Section 2 has two cabinet surrogate with the dimensions 29 1/4 x 15 1/4 x 21 3/4 inches and two small drawer surrogates, each with the dimensions 3 1/8 x 21 3/4 x 21 3/4 inches.]

2014

Polished copper table top and powder-coated steel

81 7/8 x 31 x 1 1/2 inches

Surrogates (Tabletop and Desktop), 2008–

 

  Reception 3 [Source: wood, laminate, and particleboard desk designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan from the reception office at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York. Surrogate: WB72714C (produced in conjunction with Theodora Gilman, Assistant to the Directors), titled Copper Surrogate (Desk, section 3: designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan, 456 West 18th Street, New York, New York, June 26–August 18, 2014 ), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014, made of polished copper and powder-coated steel with the dimensions 145 3/16 x 226 1/8 x 30 3/4 inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder-coated steel support structures. $42,933.00 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Crate 88 Incorporated from Los Angeles to New York, June 19th through June 23rd 2014. Installed in place of Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan reception desk at 456 West 18th Street, New York on June 26th 2014, exposure through the duration of A Machinery for Living organized by Walead Beshty at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, closing August 8th 2014. Due to the length and shape of the surface, copper surrogate portion produced in four sections, section 3 is 31 x 81 1/4 x 1 1/2 inches. Section 3 has three small drawer surrogates, each with the dimensions 3 1/8 x 21 3/4 x 21 3/4 inches.]    2014   Polished copper table top and powder-coated steel  81 1/4 x 31 x 1 1/2 inches   Surrogates (Tabletop and Desktop), 2008–    

Reception 3 [Source: wood, laminate, and particleboard desk designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan from the reception office at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York. Surrogate: WB72714C (produced in conjunction with Theodora Gilman, Assistant to the Directors), titled Copper Surrogate (Desk, section 3: designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan, 456 West 18th Street, New York, New York, June 26–August 18, 2014 ), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014, made of polished copper and powder-coated steel with the dimensions 145 3/16 x 226 1/8 x 30 3/4 inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder-coated steel support structures. $42,933.00 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Crate 88 Incorporated from Los Angeles to New York, June 19th through June 23rd 2014. Installed in place of Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan reception desk at 456 West 18th Street, New York on June 26th 2014, exposure through the duration of A Machinery for Living organized by Walead Beshty at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, closing August 8th 2014. Due to the length and shape of the surface, copper surrogate portion produced in four sections, section 3 is 31 x 81 1/4 x 1 1/2 inches. Section 3 has three small drawer surrogates, each with the dimensions 3 1/8 x 21 3/4 x 21 3/4 inches.]

2014

Polished copper table top and powder-coated steel

81 1/4 x 31 x 1 1/2 inches

Surrogates (Tabletop and Desktop), 2008–

 

  Reception 4 [Source: wood, laminate, and particleboard desk designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan from the reception office at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York. Surrogate: WB72714D (produced in conjunction with Nick Bennett, Gallery Assistant), titled Copper Surrogate (Desk, section 4: designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan, 456 West 18th Street, New York, New York, June 26–August 18, 2014 ), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014, made of polished copper and powder-coated steel with the dimensions 145 3/16 x 226 1/8 x 30 3/4 inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder-coated steel support structures. $42,933.00 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Crate 88 Incorporated from Los Angeles to New York, June 19th through June 23rd 2014. Installed in place of Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan reception desk at 456 West 18th Street, New York on June 26th 2014, exposure through the duration of A Machinery for Living organized by Walead Beshty at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, closing August 8th 2014. Due to the length and shape of the surface, copper surrogate portion produced in four sections, section 4 is 31 x 62 3/4 x 1 1/2 inches. Section 4 has one cabinet surrogate with the dimensions 29 1/4 x 15 1/4 x 21 3/4 inches and three small drawer surrogates, each with the dimensions 3 1/8 x 21 3/4 x 21 3/4 inches.]    2014   Polished copper table top and powder-coated steel  114 1/8 x 31 x 1 1/2 inches   Surrogates (Tabletop and Desktop), 2008–    

Reception 4 [Source: wood, laminate, and particleboard desk designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan from the reception office at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York. Surrogate: WB72714D (produced in conjunction with Nick Bennett, Gallery Assistant), titled Copper Surrogate (Desk, section 4: designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan, 456 West 18th Street, New York, New York, June 26–August 18, 2014 ), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014, made of polished copper and powder-coated steel with the dimensions 145 3/16 x 226 1/8 x 30 3/4 inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder-coated steel support structures. $42,933.00 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Crate 88 Incorporated from Los Angeles to New York, June 19th through June 23rd 2014. Installed in place of Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan reception desk at 456 West 18th Street, New York on June 26th 2014, exposure through the duration of A Machinery for Living organized by Walead Beshty at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, closing August 8th 2014. Due to the length and shape of the surface, copper surrogate portion produced in four sections, section 4 is 31 x 62 3/4 x 1 1/2 inches. Section 4 has one cabinet surrogate with the dimensions 29 1/4 x 15 1/4 x 21 3/4 inches and three small drawer surrogates, each with the dimensions 3 1/8 x 21 3/4 x 21 3/4 inches.]

2014

Polished copper table top and powder-coated steel

114 1/8 x 31 x 1 1/2 inches

Surrogates (Tabletop and Desktop), 2008–

 

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  Directors 1 [Source: wood, laminate, and particleboard desk designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan from the reception office at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York. Surrogate: WB72814A (produced in conjunction with Andrea Teschke, Partner), titled Copper Surrogate (Desk, section 1: designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan, 456 West 18th Street, New York, New York, June 26–August 18, 2014 ), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014, made of polished copper and powdercoated steel with the dimensions145 3/16 x226 1/8 x 30 3/4 inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder-coated steel support structures. $74,683.00 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Crate 88 Incorporated from Los Angeles to New York, June 19th through June 23rd 2014. Installed in place of Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan reception desk at 456 West 18th Street, New York on June 26th 2014, exposure through the duration of A Machinery for Living organized by Walead Beshty at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, closing August 8th 2014. Due to the length and shape of the surface, copper surrogate portion produced in four sections, section 1 is 33 1/2 x 97 7/8 x 1 1/2 inches. Section 1 has one cabinet surrogate with the dimensions 29 1/4 x 15 1/4 x 21 3/4 inches and three large drawer surrogates, each with the dimensions 3 1/8 x 21 3/4 x 28 inches.]    2014   Polished copper table top and powder-coated steel  97 7/8 x 33 1/2 x 1 1/2 inches   Surrogates (Tabletop and Desktop), 2008–    
  Directors 2 [Source: wood, laminate, and particleboard desk designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan from the reception office at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York. Surrogate: WB72814B (produced in conjunction with Kat Parker, Artist Liaison), titled Copper Surrogate (Desk, section 2: designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan, 456 West 18th Street, New York, New York, June 26–August 18, 2014 ), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014, made of polished copper and powdercoated steel with the dimensions 145 3/16 x 226 1/8 x 30 .  inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder-coated steel support structures. $74,683.00 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Crate 88 Incorporated from Los Angeles to New York, June 19th through June 23rd 2014. Installed in place of Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan reception desk at 456 West 18th Street, New York on June 26th 2014, exposure through the duration of A Machinery for Living organized by Walead Beshty at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, closing August 8th 2014. Due to the length and shape of the surface, copper surrogate portion produced in four sections, section 2 is 31 5/8 x 95 x 1 1/2 inches. Section 2 has one cabinet surrogate with the dimensions 29 1/4 x 15 1/4 x 21 3/4 inches and three large drawer surrogates, each with the dimensions 3 1/8 x 21 3/4 x 28 inches.]    2014   Polished copper table top and powder-coated steel  95 x 33 5/8 x 1 1/2 inches   Surrogates (Tabletop and Desktop), 2008–    
  Directors 3 [Source: wood, laminate, and particleboard desk designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan from the reception office at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York. Surrogate: WB72814C (produced in conjunction with Samantha Tsao, Partner), titled Copper Surrogate (Desk, section 3: designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan, 456 West 18th Street, New York, New York, June 26–August 18, 2014 ), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014, made of polished copper and powder-coated steel with the dimensions 145 3/16 x 226 1/8 x 30 3/4 inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder-coated steel support structures. $74,683.00 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Crate 88 Incorporated from Los Angeles to New York, June 19th through June 23rd 2014. Installed in place of Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan reception desk at 456 West 18th Street, New York on June 26th 2014, exposure through the duration of A Machinery for Living organized by Walead Beshty at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, closing August 8th 2014. Due to the length and shape of the surface, copper surrogate portion produced in four sections, section 3 is 33 5/8 x 94 7/8 x 1 1/2 inches. Section 4 has one cabinet surrogate with the dimensions 29 1/4 x 15 1/4 x 21 3/4 inches and two large drawer surrogates, each with the dimensions 3 1/8 x 21 3/4 x 28 inches.]    2014   Polished copper table top and powder-coated steel  94 7/8 x 33 5/8 x 1 1/2 inches   Surrogates (Tabletop and Desktop), 2008–    
  Directors 4 [Source: wood, laminate, and particleboard desk designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan from the reception office at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York. Surrogate: WB72814D, titled Copper Surrogate (Desk, section 4: designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan, 456 West 18th Street, New York, New York, June 26–August 18, 2014 ), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014 made of polished copper and powder-coated steel with the dimensions 145 3/16 x 226 1/8 x 30 3/4inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder-coated steel support structures. $74,683.00 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Crate 88 Incorporated from Los Angeles to New York, June 19th through June 23rd 2014. Installed in place of Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan reception desk at 456 West 18th Street, New York on June 26th 2014, exposure through the duration of A Machinery for Living organized by Walead Beshty at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, closing August 8th 2014. Due to the length and shape of the surface, copper surrogate portion produced in four sections, section 4 is 33 5/8 x 67 3/4 x 1 1/2 inches. Section 4 has tone cabinet surrogate with the dimensions 29 1/4 x 15 1/4 x 21 3/4 inches and one large drawer surrogate, each with the dimensions 3 1/8 x 21 3/4 x 28 inches.]    2014   Polished copper table top and powder-coated steel  67 3/4 x 33 5/8 x 1 1/2 inches   Surrogates (Tabletop and Desktop), 2008–    
  Directors 5 [Source: wood, laminate, and particleboard desk designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan from the reception office at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York. Surrogate: WB72814E(produced in conjunction with Laura Higgins, Gallery Manager), titled Copper Surrogate (Desk, section 5: designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan, 456 West 18th Street, New York, New York, June 26–August 18, 2014 ), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014, made of polished copper and powder-coated steel with the dimensions 145 3/16 x 226 1/8 x 30 3/4 inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder-coated steel support structures. $74,683.00 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Crate 88 Incorporated from Los Angeles to New York, June 19th through June 23rd 2014. Installed in place of Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan reception desk at 456 West 18th Street, New York on June 26th 2014, exposure through the duration of A Machinery for Living organized by Walead Beshty at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, closing August 8th 2014. Due to the length and shape of the surface, copper surrogate portion produced in four sections, section 5 is 37 3/8 x 84 x 1 1/2 inches. Section 5 has one cabinet surrogate with the dimensions 29 1/4 x 15 1/4 x 21 3/4 inches and three small drawer surrogates, each with the dimensions 3 1/8 x 21 3/4 x 21 3/4 inches.]    2014   Polished copper table top and powder-coated steel  84 x 37 3/8 x 1 1/2 inches   Surrogates (Tabletop and Desktop), 2008–    
  Directors 6 [Source: wood, laminate, and particleboard desk designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan from the reception office at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York. Surrogate: WB72814F (produced in conjunction with Marco Palumbo and Alexis Diop,Interns), titled Copper Surrogate (Desk, section 6: designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan, 456 West 18th Street, New York, New York, June 26–August 18, 2014 ), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014, made of polished copper and powder-coated steel with the dimensions 145 3/16 x 226 1/8 x 30 3/4 inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder-coated steel support structures. $74,683.00 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Crate 88 Incorporated from Los Angeles to New York, June 19th through June 23rd 2014. Installed in place of Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan reception desk at 456 West 18th Street, New York on June 26th 2014, exposure through the duration of A Machinery for Living organized by Walead Beshty at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, closing August 8th 2014. Due to the length and shape of the surface, copper surrogate portion produced in four sections, section 6 is 37 3/8 x 83 1/2 x 1 1/2 inches. Section 6 has one cabinet surrogate with the dimensions 29 1/4 x 15 1/4 x 21 3/4 inches and three small drawer surrogates, each with the dimensions 3 1/8 x 21 3/4 x 21 3/4 inches.]    2014   Polished copper table top and powder-coated steel  83 1/2 x 37 3/8 x 1 1/2 inches   Surrogates (Tabletop and Desktop), 2008–    
  Reception 1 [Source: wood, laminate, and particleboard desk designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan from the reception office at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York. Surrogate: WB72714A (produced in conjunction with Matthew Wilkin, Director), Copper Surrogate (Reception Desk, section 1: designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan, 456 West 18th Street, New York, New York, June 26–August 18, 2014), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014,made of polished copper and powder-coated steel with the dimensions 145 3/16 x 226 1/8 x 30 3/4 inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder-coated steel support structures. $42,933.00 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Crate 88 Incorporated from Los Angeles to New York, June 19th through June 23rd 2014. Installed in place of Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan reception desk at 456 West 18th Street, New York on June 26th 2014, exposure through the duration of A Machinery for Living organized by Walead Beshty at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, closing August 8th 2014. Due to the length and shape of the surface, copper surrogate portion produced in four sections, section 1 is 31 x 62 3/4 x 1 1/2 inches. Section 1 has one cabinet surrogate with the dimensions 29 1/4 x 15 1/4 x 21 3/4 inches and two small drawer surrogates, each with the dimensions 3 1/8 x 21 3/4 x 21 3/4 inches.]    2014   Polished copper table top and powder-coated steel  62 3/4 x 31 x 1 1/2 inches   Surrogates (Tabletop and Desktop), 2008–    
  Reception 2 [Source: wood, laminate, and particleboard desk designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan from the reception office at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York.Surrogate: WB72714B (produced in conjunction with Jason Murison, Director), titled Copper Surrogate (Desk, section 2: designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan, 456 West 18th Street, New York, New York, June 26–August 18, 2014), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014, made of polished copper and powder-coated steel with the dimensions 145 3/16 x 226 1/8 x 30 3/4 inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder-coated steel support structures. $42,933.00 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Crate 88 Incorporated from Los Angeles to New York, June 19th through June 23rd 2014. Installed in place of Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan reception desk at 456 West 18th Street, New York on June 26th 2014, exposure through the duration of A Machinery for Living organized by Walead Beshty at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, closing August 8th 2014. Due to the length and shape of the surface, copper surrogate portion produced in four sections, section 2 is 31 x 81 7/8 x 1 1/2 inches. Section 2 has two cabinet surrogate with the dimensions 29 1/4 x 15 1/4 x 21 3/4 inches and two small drawer surrogates, each with the dimensions 3 1/8 x 21 3/4 x 21 3/4 inches.]    2014   Polished copper table top and powder-coated steel  81 7/8 x 31 x 1 1/2 inches   Surrogates (Tabletop and Desktop), 2008–    
  Reception 3 [Source: wood, laminate, and particleboard desk designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan from the reception office at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York. Surrogate: WB72714C (produced in conjunction with Theodora Gilman, Assistant to the Directors), titled Copper Surrogate (Desk, section 3: designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan, 456 West 18th Street, New York, New York, June 26–August 18, 2014 ), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014, made of polished copper and powder-coated steel with the dimensions 145 3/16 x 226 1/8 x 30 3/4 inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder-coated steel support structures. $42,933.00 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Crate 88 Incorporated from Los Angeles to New York, June 19th through June 23rd 2014. Installed in place of Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan reception desk at 456 West 18th Street, New York on June 26th 2014, exposure through the duration of A Machinery for Living organized by Walead Beshty at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, closing August 8th 2014. Due to the length and shape of the surface, copper surrogate portion produced in four sections, section 3 is 31 x 81 1/4 x 1 1/2 inches. Section 3 has three small drawer surrogates, each with the dimensions 3 1/8 x 21 3/4 x 21 3/4 inches.]    2014   Polished copper table top and powder-coated steel  81 1/4 x 31 x 1 1/2 inches   Surrogates (Tabletop and Desktop), 2008–    
  Reception 4 [Source: wood, laminate, and particleboard desk designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan from the reception office at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York. Surrogate: WB72714D (produced in conjunction with Nick Bennett, Gallery Assistant), titled Copper Surrogate (Desk, section 4: designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan, 456 West 18th Street, New York, New York, June 26–August 18, 2014 ), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014, made of polished copper and powder-coated steel with the dimensions 145 3/16 x 226 1/8 x 30 3/4 inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder-coated steel support structures. $42,933.00 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Crate 88 Incorporated from Los Angeles to New York, June 19th through June 23rd 2014. Installed in place of Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan reception desk at 456 West 18th Street, New York on June 26th 2014, exposure through the duration of A Machinery for Living organized by Walead Beshty at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, closing August 8th 2014. Due to the length and shape of the surface, copper surrogate portion produced in four sections, section 4 is 31 x 62 3/4 x 1 1/2 inches. Section 4 has one cabinet surrogate with the dimensions 29 1/4 x 15 1/4 x 21 3/4 inches and three small drawer surrogates, each with the dimensions 3 1/8 x 21 3/4 x 21 3/4 inches.]    2014   Polished copper table top and powder-coated steel  114 1/8 x 31 x 1 1/2 inches   Surrogates (Tabletop and Desktop), 2008–    

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New York

2014

 

Performances Under Working Conditions press release

Petzel

New York

New York

2014

 

Performances Under Working Conditions

Petzel

New York

New York

2014

 

Performances Under Working Conditions

Petzel

New York

New York

2014

 

Performances Under Working Conditions

Petzel

New York

New York

2014

 

Performances Under Working Conditions

Petzel

New York

New York

2014

 

Performances Under Working Conditions

Petzel

New York

New York

2014

 

Performances Under Working Conditions

Petzel

New York

New York

2014

 

Performances Under Working Conditions

Petzel

New York

New York

2014

 

Performances Under Working Conditions

Petzel

New York

New York

2014

 

Performances Under Working Conditions

Petzel

New York

New York

2014

 

Performances Under Working Conditions

Petzel

New York

New York

2014

 

Performances Under Working Conditions

Petzel

New York

New York

2014

 

Performances Under Working Conditions

Petzel

New York

New York

2014

 

Performances Under Working Conditions

Petzel

New York

New York

2014

 

Performances Under Working Conditions

Petzel

New York

New York

2014

 

Performances Under Working Conditions

Petzel

New York

New York

2014

 

Performances Under Working Conditions

Petzel

New York

New York

2014

 

Performances Under Working Conditions

Petzel

New York

New York

2014

 

Performances Under Working Conditions

Petzel

New York

New York

2014

 

Performances Under Working Conditions

Petzel

New York

New York

2014

 

Directors 1 [Source: wood, laminate, and particleboard desk designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan from the reception office at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York. Surrogate: WB72814A (produced in conjunction with Andrea Teschke, Partner), titled Copper Surrogate (Desk, section 1: designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan, 456 West 18th Street, New York, New York, June 26–August 18, 2014 ), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014, made of polished copper and powdercoated steel with the dimensions145 3/16 x226 1/8 x 30 3/4 inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder-coated steel support structures. $74,683.00 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Crate 88 Incorporated from Los Angeles to New York, June 19th through June 23rd 2014. Installed in place of Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan reception desk at 456 West 18th Street, New York on June 26th 2014, exposure through the duration of A Machinery for Living organized by Walead Beshty at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, closing August 8th 2014. Due to the length and shape of the surface, copper surrogate portion produced in four sections, section 1 is 33 1/2 x 97 7/8 x 1 1/2 inches. Section 1 has one cabinet surrogate with the dimensions 29 1/4 x 15 1/4 x 21 3/4 inches and three large drawer surrogates, each with the dimensions 3 1/8 x 21 3/4 x 28 inches.]

2014

Polished copper table top and powder-coated steel

97 7/8 x 33 1/2 x 1 1/2 inches

Surrogates (Tabletop and Desktop), 2008–

 

Directors 2 [Source: wood, laminate, and particleboard desk designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan from the reception office at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York. Surrogate: WB72814B (produced in conjunction with Kat Parker, Artist Liaison), titled Copper Surrogate (Desk, section 2: designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan, 456 West 18th Street, New York, New York, June 26–August 18, 2014 ), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014, made of polished copper and powdercoated steel with the dimensions 145 3/16 x 226 1/8 x 30 .  inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder-coated steel support structures. $74,683.00 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Crate 88 Incorporated from Los Angeles to New York, June 19th through June 23rd 2014. Installed in place of Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan reception desk at 456 West 18th Street, New York on June 26th 2014, exposure through the duration of A Machinery for Living organized by Walead Beshty at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, closing August 8th 2014. Due to the length and shape of the surface, copper surrogate portion produced in four sections, section 2 is 31 5/8 x 95 x 1 1/2 inches. Section 2 has one cabinet surrogate with the dimensions 29 1/4 x 15 1/4 x 21 3/4 inches and three large drawer surrogates, each with the dimensions 3 1/8 x 21 3/4 x 28 inches.]

2014

Polished copper table top and powder-coated steel

95 x 33 5/8 x 1 1/2 inches

Surrogates (Tabletop and Desktop), 2008–

 

Directors 3 [Source: wood, laminate, and particleboard desk designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan from the reception office at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York. Surrogate: WB72814C (produced in conjunction with Samantha Tsao, Partner), titled Copper Surrogate (Desk, section 3: designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan, 456 West 18th Street, New York, New York, June 26–August 18, 2014 ), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014, made of polished copper and powder-coated steel with the dimensions 145 3/16 x 226 1/8 x 30 3/4 inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder-coated steel support structures. $74,683.00 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Crate 88 Incorporated from Los Angeles to New York, June 19th through June 23rd 2014. Installed in place of Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan reception desk at 456 West 18th Street, New York on June 26th 2014, exposure through the duration of A Machinery for Living organized by Walead Beshty at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, closing August 8th 2014. Due to the length and shape of the surface, copper surrogate portion produced in four sections, section 3 is 33 5/8 x 94 7/8 x 1 1/2 inches. Section 4 has one cabinet surrogate with the dimensions 29 1/4 x 15 1/4 x 21 3/4 inches and two large drawer surrogates, each with the dimensions 3 1/8 x 21 3/4 x 28 inches.]

2014

Polished copper table top and powder-coated steel

94 7/8 x 33 5/8 x 1 1/2 inches

Surrogates (Tabletop and Desktop), 2008–

 

Directors 4 [Source: wood, laminate, and particleboard desk designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan from the reception office at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York. Surrogate: WB72814D, titled Copper Surrogate (Desk, section 4: designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan, 456 West 18th Street, New York, New York, June 26–August 18, 2014 ), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014 made of polished copper and powder-coated steel with the dimensions 145 3/16 x 226 1/8 x 30 3/4inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder-coated steel support structures. $74,683.00 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Crate 88 Incorporated from Los Angeles to New York, June 19th through June 23rd 2014. Installed in place of Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan reception desk at 456 West 18th Street, New York on June 26th 2014, exposure through the duration of A Machinery for Living organized by Walead Beshty at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, closing August 8th 2014. Due to the length and shape of the surface, copper surrogate portion produced in four sections, section 4 is 33 5/8 x 67 3/4 x 1 1/2 inches. Section 4 has tone cabinet surrogate with the dimensions 29 1/4 x 15 1/4 x 21 3/4 inches and one large drawer surrogate, each with the dimensions 3 1/8 x 21 3/4 x 28 inches.]

2014

Polished copper table top and powder-coated steel

67 3/4 x 33 5/8 x 1 1/2 inches

Surrogates (Tabletop and Desktop), 2008–

 

Directors 5 [Source: wood, laminate, and particleboard desk designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan from the reception office at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York. Surrogate: WB72814E(produced in conjunction with Laura Higgins, Gallery Manager), titled Copper Surrogate (Desk, section 5: designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan, 456 West 18th Street, New York, New York, June 26–August 18, 2014 ), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014, made of polished copper and powder-coated steel with the dimensions 145 3/16 x 226 1/8 x 30 3/4 inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder-coated steel support structures. $74,683.00 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Crate 88 Incorporated from Los Angeles to New York, June 19th through June 23rd 2014. Installed in place of Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan reception desk at 456 West 18th Street, New York on June 26th 2014, exposure through the duration of A Machinery for Living organized by Walead Beshty at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, closing August 8th 2014. Due to the length and shape of the surface, copper surrogate portion produced in four sections, section 5 is 37 3/8 x 84 x 1 1/2 inches. Section 5 has one cabinet surrogate with the dimensions 29 1/4 x 15 1/4 x 21 3/4 inches and three small drawer surrogates, each with the dimensions 3 1/8 x 21 3/4 x 21 3/4 inches.]

2014

Polished copper table top and powder-coated steel

84 x 37 3/8 x 1 1/2 inches

Surrogates (Tabletop and Desktop), 2008–

 

Directors 6 [Source: wood, laminate, and particleboard desk designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan from the reception office at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York. Surrogate: WB72814F (produced in conjunction with Marco Palumbo and Alexis Diop,Interns), titled Copper Surrogate (Desk, section 6: designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan, 456 West 18th Street, New York, New York, June 26–August 18, 2014 ), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014, made of polished copper and powder-coated steel with the dimensions 145 3/16 x 226 1/8 x 30 3/4 inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder-coated steel support structures. $74,683.00 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Crate 88 Incorporated from Los Angeles to New York, June 19th through June 23rd 2014. Installed in place of Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan reception desk at 456 West 18th Street, New York on June 26th 2014, exposure through the duration of A Machinery for Living organized by Walead Beshty at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, closing August 8th 2014. Due to the length and shape of the surface, copper surrogate portion produced in four sections, section 6 is 37 3/8 x 83 1/2 x 1 1/2 inches. Section 6 has one cabinet surrogate with the dimensions 29 1/4 x 15 1/4 x 21 3/4 inches and three small drawer surrogates, each with the dimensions 3 1/8 x 21 3/4 x 21 3/4 inches.]

2014

Polished copper table top and powder-coated steel

83 1/2 x 37 3/8 x 1 1/2 inches

Surrogates (Tabletop and Desktop), 2008–

 

Reception 1 [Source: wood, laminate, and particleboard desk designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan from the reception office at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York. Surrogate: WB72714A (produced in conjunction with Matthew Wilkin, Director), Copper Surrogate (Reception Desk, section 1: designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan, 456 West 18th Street, New York, New York, June 26–August 18, 2014), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014,made of polished copper and powder-coated steel with the dimensions 145 3/16 x 226 1/8 x 30 3/4 inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder-coated steel support structures. $42,933.00 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Crate 88 Incorporated from Los Angeles to New York, June 19th through June 23rd 2014. Installed in place of Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan reception desk at 456 West 18th Street, New York on June 26th 2014, exposure through the duration of A Machinery for Living organized by Walead Beshty at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, closing August 8th 2014. Due to the length and shape of the surface, copper surrogate portion produced in four sections, section 1 is 31 x 62 3/4 x 1 1/2 inches. Section 1 has one cabinet surrogate with the dimensions 29 1/4 x 15 1/4 x 21 3/4 inches and two small drawer surrogates, each with the dimensions 3 1/8 x 21 3/4 x 21 3/4 inches.]

2014

Polished copper table top and powder-coated steel

62 3/4 x 31 x 1 1/2 inches

Surrogates (Tabletop and Desktop), 2008–

 

Reception 2 [Source: wood, laminate, and particleboard desk designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan from the reception office at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York.Surrogate: WB72714B (produced in conjunction with Jason Murison, Director), titled Copper Surrogate (Desk, section 2: designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan, 456 West 18th Street, New York, New York, June 26–August 18, 2014), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014, made of polished copper and powder-coated steel with the dimensions 145 3/16 x 226 1/8 x 30 3/4 inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder-coated steel support structures. $42,933.00 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Crate 88 Incorporated from Los Angeles to New York, June 19th through June 23rd 2014. Installed in place of Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan reception desk at 456 West 18th Street, New York on June 26th 2014, exposure through the duration of A Machinery for Living organized by Walead Beshty at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, closing August 8th 2014. Due to the length and shape of the surface, copper surrogate portion produced in four sections, section 2 is 31 x 81 7/8 x 1 1/2 inches. Section 2 has two cabinet surrogate with the dimensions 29 1/4 x 15 1/4 x 21 3/4 inches and two small drawer surrogates, each with the dimensions 3 1/8 x 21 3/4 x 21 3/4 inches.]

2014

Polished copper table top and powder-coated steel

81 7/8 x 31 x 1 1/2 inches

Surrogates (Tabletop and Desktop), 2008–

 

Reception 3 [Source: wood, laminate, and particleboard desk designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan from the reception office at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York. Surrogate: WB72714C (produced in conjunction with Theodora Gilman, Assistant to the Directors), titled Copper Surrogate (Desk, section 3: designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan, 456 West 18th Street, New York, New York, June 26–August 18, 2014 ), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014, made of polished copper and powder-coated steel with the dimensions 145 3/16 x 226 1/8 x 30 3/4 inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder-coated steel support structures. $42,933.00 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Crate 88 Incorporated from Los Angeles to New York, June 19th through June 23rd 2014. Installed in place of Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan reception desk at 456 West 18th Street, New York on June 26th 2014, exposure through the duration of A Machinery for Living organized by Walead Beshty at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, closing August 8th 2014. Due to the length and shape of the surface, copper surrogate portion produced in four sections, section 3 is 31 x 81 1/4 x 1 1/2 inches. Section 3 has three small drawer surrogates, each with the dimensions 3 1/8 x 21 3/4 x 21 3/4 inches.]

2014

Polished copper table top and powder-coated steel

81 1/4 x 31 x 1 1/2 inches

Surrogates (Tabletop and Desktop), 2008–

 

Reception 4 [Source: wood, laminate, and particleboard desk designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan from the reception office at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York. Surrogate: WB72714D (produced in conjunction with Nick Bennett, Gallery Assistant), titled Copper Surrogate (Desk, section 4: designed by Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan, 456 West 18th Street, New York, New York, June 26–August 18, 2014 ), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014, made of polished copper and powder-coated steel with the dimensions 145 3/16 x 226 1/8 x 30 3/4 inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder-coated steel support structures. $42,933.00 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Crate 88 Incorporated from Los Angeles to New York, June 19th through June 23rd 2014. Installed in place of Project-Space/Jonathan Caplan reception desk at 456 West 18th Street, New York on June 26th 2014, exposure through the duration of A Machinery for Living organized by Walead Beshty at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, closing August 8th 2014. Due to the length and shape of the surface, copper surrogate portion produced in four sections, section 4 is 31 x 62 3/4 x 1 1/2 inches. Section 4 has one cabinet surrogate with the dimensions 29 1/4 x 15 1/4 x 21 3/4 inches and three small drawer surrogates, each with the dimensions 3 1/8 x 21 3/4 x 21 3/4 inches.]

2014

Polished copper table top and powder-coated steel

114 1/8 x 31 x 1 1/2 inches

Surrogates (Tabletop and Desktop), 2008–

 

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