Using diverse sculptural and structural forms as source material, Carron wrestles with the iconography of comfortable bourgeois art and society. As Carron’s sculptures aggressively confront each other – rendered in a manner ironically faithful to their sources – monument and history are mocked, creating a sardonic commentary on the collectively imagined mythology of Switzerland. Rough-hewn supports for a rustic Swiss chalet, installed on the white walls of the S I gallery, set the stage for a destabilizing mix of Carron’s work. Military canons and the tenuous figures of Giacometti are reproduced life-sized, copied in industrial materials. As the work vacillates between solemn and matter-of-fact to brutal and irreverent, the gallery is completed by the offer of some unusual treats as well as an unorthodox tour guide around the show.