Tell any artist worth his or her pigment that you have unlimited access to a junkyard, a recycling depot, or any place stuffed with society's detritus and watch that person go into a trance as imagination runs amok. The things an artist finds in such places generate strange ideas and carry the psychic weight of life itself. The junk wasn't always junk — it was made for a purpose, and the artist gives objects new purposes by sawing, painting, refinishing, sanding, and bolting them onto other objects. Tonight, meet the latest lucky group that's gotten 24-hour access to a refuse transfer station (not to mention a studio and... More >>>