The Kunsthalle in Düsseldorf shows Rita McBride in the two floors of the exhibition space.
Rita McBride’s oeuvre since the 1980s deals with the characteristics and intersection points of industrial design, minimalist sculpture, modernist architecture,
public spaces, and the gaps they generate.
The interrelationship between architecture and art makes up a part of a complex
system in which political and cultural power structures are questioned and challenged. McBride through her sculptures occupies herself with society’s underlying structures and systems that imperceptibly control us, organizing movement and conduct between the individual and the collective.