Everything But the Kitchen Sink
An exhibition catalog with Mercier‚Ä∞€™s works that blend household and industrial materials with the colorful and highly controlled aesthetics of De Stijl and Russian Constructivism. By doing so he highlights the evolution of the meaning of modernity.
One series of sculptures, Drum and Brass, re-creates classic Mondrian compositions out of black DIY shelving and primary-colored household objects such as plastic bins, extension cables, and stationery folders.
Essays by art historian Andreas Baur, curator Konrad Bitterli, and art critic Marie Chenel.