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The Los Angeles–based sculptor Jason Rhoades (1965-2006) was widely celebrated for sprawling, ambitious, and daring installations, editions, and events. This monograph for his first survey exhibition, centers on four highly sensory, large-scale sculptures via four critical essays that help unify Rhoades’s labyrinthine, often overwhelming methods into the single overarching project he envisioned. The book also features illustrations of major works dating from1991 to 2006, accompanied by explanatory texts that illuminate Rhoades’s materials and methods as both highly accessible and artistically complex. Texts by Ingrid Schaffner, ICA curator, additional essays by Martha Buskirk, Chris Kraus, and Paul Schimmel.