Rian Kerrane’s attraction to well-used artifacts stems from the moving individuality that evokes the situation of the individual in a homogenizing industrial/consumer society. Any object or substance can become sculptural material. Kerrane deliberately incorporates commonplace or industrial objects alongside highbrow traditional art materials to shed light on our own situation. For her the studio and gallery are a laboratory for a kind of pseudo-science and a physicalized celebration and critique of late modern culture. With the abandoned inner tubes in the thicket, “Lost” signifies the unmoored isolation of this past year.