Justin Adian’s organic foam forms fill the exhibition with a sense of wit and pleasure in his first solo exhibition at Skarstedt in New York. Adian’s works reshape the space in which they exist. Placing his wall reliefs in corners, at edges, and constructing them in a wide range of anthropomorphized shapes, he engages in a serious playfulness, a quality that is first evident from each work only to be reflected in the titles, such as Fortune Teller (2015) a diamond shaped installation consisting of four parts that mimics a popular elementary school game, and Slow Goodbye (2015), in which a blue form is nestled into a pink corner as if puzzle pieces matched together. Adian’s unrelenting imagination results in an exhibition filled with new discoveries and surprises. “Fort Worth” is on view through October 24th.