Christopher Wool’s recent exhibition of seven new, untitled paintings in the gallery's Bushwick space continues his decades-long investigation into the form of abstraction and picks up from his recent retrospective at the Guggenheim Museum. Wool’s ability to activate abstract forms within massive canvases is evident throughout this exhibition. Linear works employing enamel and silkscreen evoke his movement in dragging silkscreens across the canvas, creating a dynamic energy. Another densely layered work evokes the familiar Rorschach test with its amorphous shapes. The uneven application of ink and shifting tones of black paint reinforce the mechanical origins of the work, reflecting Wool’s continuing interest in modes of reproduction.