Katharina Fritsch’s work navigates the fragile precipice between reality and fiction. Her sculptural practice centers on hyperreal and meticulously constructed every-day objects like body parts, pieces of fruit, domestic animals, or ordinary household objects which she then prods into the surreal by manipulating scale, color, and placement. Deeply concerned with the mental imprint that an object leaves behind, Fritsch unsettling sculptures play with perception and memory and relentlessly attempt to pinpoint the moment when an object morphs into symbol. At Matthew Marks through December 22.