James Kalm first made the acquaintance of Jan Mollet when he and partner Elizabeth Cooper ran Morsel Gallery, an early cultural outpost in what would eventually become Northern Bushwick. For "Low Fat Pop" Mollet spent months collecting sections of cardboard boxes that contained the products of his consumption. Juxtaposed with abstract paintings (fashioned from the tops of his worktables) and eccentric sculptures, "Low Fat" invites viewers to consider their own consumption, and question the seductive and comforting powers exerted by familiar things.
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