Brooklyn Rail - Art Review - April 2, 2014
Billboard advertisements, Instagrams, page after page of countless websites—the glut of photographs faced on a daily basis can leave a person benumbed to them all, even to those images that, if isolated, might otherwise be a cause for absorption. For a photographer, the prospect of creating an image that will resonate with its audience is no doubt a daunting prospect. Three artists currently on view in Metro at Julie Saul Gallery—Reinier Gerritsen, Adam Magyar, and David Molander—attempt to tackle this problem by stitching together, though varied processes, patchworks of other photographs in order to make a new whole. More than photographers, one might think of them as digital fabric makers.