An otherworldly experience awaits at David Zwirner. A roomful of Ruth Asawa’s ethereal hanging sculptures are suspended from the ceiling above simple white floor forms that mimic the lightness and curvature of the works. Ruth Asawa learned how to crochet during World War II in the Rohwer Internment Camp in Arkansas for Japanese Americans, where she was instructed to weave camouflage nets for the Army. She brought her knowledge to Black Mountain College where, under the stewardship of Josef Albers and Buckminster Fuller, Asawa perfected her technique of weaving copper wire into airy, body-shaped forms. At Zwirner, the multitude of shapes recall gently floating jellyfish or effervescent botany: the experience is simply transcendental. At David Zwirner through October 21