Featuring dozens of large-scale sculptures indoors and outdoors as well as a generous collection of the artist's drawings, the exhibition is a look at Cragg's work over the past two decades.
Many of the pieces use materials such as bronze and address shape and form ("McCormack," pictured above, and "Red Square," pictured below).
Others are more literal: "Complete Omnivore" (1995, pictured at the top of the post) looks like a set of human teeth. "African Culture Myth" (1985) is a collection of black plastic parts — what would otherwise be called trash — arranged in the shape of a human figure on the wall; "Digital Skin" is an arrangement of bronze 1s and 0s, texturizing an otherwise smooth surface.
"On a Roll" (2003)
"Caught Dreaming" 2006
The artist also gave a brief talk in the afternoon, describing his philosophy on material and the state of the world today.