The Village Voice

Vol. XXXVIII No. 50
December 14th, 1993

By Kim Levin
Liddell takes command of an unwieldy space with an installation of weightless and semi visible work: a few streamers of dangling paper, a perfect white curl, an angling wire, a looping thread that puddles in a corner, a shadow of color, a thin barrier that is barely there. Her flimsy aesthetic„Ÿmaking the most of the least via scale and space-makes Richard Tuttle seem positively baroque. Through December 23, Thread Waxing Space, 476 Broadway, at Broome Street, 966-9520. (Levin)