|Eternally Arriving, 2013, graphite and pastel on paper, 22" x 30"|
|Installation view, including the video Born Twice (Yellow), at right.|
Tucked around a corner in the rear of the gallery is a 3-1/2 minute video, Born Twice (Yellow), 2014, which details the evolution of a giant, 100+ carat yellow diamond, from rough stone to immaculately faceted, charted in time-lapse shots taken throughout the cutting process. In many ways, it's a time-based interpretation of what might be going on in Eternally Arriving, which collapses the advent of time. And in the case of this yellow diamond, eternity is an enthralling possibility.
For a more in-depth look at King's work, visit his website: johnmcdevittking.com
Heskin Contemporary is at 443 West 37th Street across from the Baryshnikov Arts Center.
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