While it's fair to wonder whether Noland, a former it girl of the late '80s art world, even belongs in the same room as Calder, the premise behind the pairing of their sculptures - that inert obejcts can embody the physical dynamics of violence - is interesting enough.

 Of course, Noland's work, which consists of some pipe-rack constructios plus an American flag riddled with holes, is completely outclassed by Calder's piece: a spinning pylon mounted blade furiously gougin a hole in the ceiling. 

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