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On Friday, Matthew Ritchie opened his new solo show, Line Shot, at the Andrea Rosen Gallery in Chelsea. While the work is impressive as always, most notable is the installation of the newest piece of “The Morning Line,” a work unveiled at the Biennale last year (we saw it first hand!) that has begun to trek around the world in different forms, popping up earlier this summer in London, which is where the above video was shot. Inspired by the Big Bang, The Morning Line is notable not only for Ritchie’s typically uncanny sense of and attention to detail but also its intricacy and precision, aided in part through a partnership with ARUP’s Advanced Geometry Unit, led by Daniel Bosia, and the architects Aranda/Lasch, whose Ben Aranda walks us through the project in the video below. The piece is on view through December 2, as well as after the jump.

The Dawn Line (Sun Dog Variant), an installation by Matthew Ritchie,  ARUP Daniel Boscia at the Andrea Rosen Gallery. (Courtesy ARG)

"The Dawn Line (Sun Dog Variant)," an installation by Matthew Ritchie in collaboration with ARUP and Aranda/Lasch at the Andrea Rosen Gallery. (Courtesy Andrea Rosen Gallery)

Is that a fire hazard?

Is that a fire hazard?

Beautiful, but ARUP its not.

Beautiful, but ARUP it's not.

The Morning Line makes its debut in Venice. (German Leal/Courtesy ARG)

"The Morning Line" makes its debut in Venice. (German Leal/Courtesy ARG)

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