Cedric Christie exhibition featured on Paul's Art World Blog
"Cedric Christie's multi-stream riot of a show takes on the dualities of hard and soft, curved and straight in a way which reminds me of Robert Morris. His signature scaffolding sculptures, with their economical references to constructing and dismantling minimalism, are joined by a full room installation of 22 pieces in a new curved format, albeit their interplay takes place against a red scaffold-cum-grid. Going curved, claimed Christie, left him totally fucked - and now it was going to be just as hard to go back straight. Upstairs is a contrasting group of felt works, and Christie even manages to sneak into the parallel group show with seven photos of vomit"