Artist Molly Springfield Is a Human Photocopier

Molly Springfield's (2007). Photo: Image courtesy of the artist and Mireille Mosler Gallery, New York.

Nope, not a shoddy photograph. The above work, D.C.-based artist Molly Springfield's A Translation, is a meticulously rendered drawing based on a photocopy of pages from Lucy Lippard's 1973 text, Six Years: The Dematerialization of the Art Object From 1966 to 1972. Springfield's exhibition is up at the Uptown Mireille Mosler Gallery through February 2. —Rachel Wolff