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A small, turquoise, plastic thing that was almost certainly made in China is peeking through a roughly cut sheetrock panel that leans casually against the wall in a gallery’s corner. The sheetrock itself has silhouetted images and patterns mounted on it, sharply printed with digital resolution that recalls the proximity of image-to-scanner. There’s a small space between the panel and the permanent wall left for it, signifying that it must be a sculptural entity. Text printed on it reads “Le Bistro.” Up close, the structure clearly registers as a water fountain for a domestic pet, probably a cat. The corner becomes its crude habitat. It’s a relatively characteristic work by Amanda Ross-Ho.