Gagosian is pleased to present "Diversifolia," an exhibition of new sculpture and drawings by Nancy Rubins. This is Rubins's first solo exhibition in London. Rubins transforms found objects and industrial refuse into expertly orchestrated abstractions that are fluid and rhizomatic in nature. Achieving this expressive fluidity at such a large scale requires precise engineering; in her recent work, she has employed a structural property called "tensegrity", wherein individual parts are arranged in balanced compression and secured with tensile cables. Clusters of objects-airplane parts, boats, carousel creatures, and more-seem to explode into space in all directions, propelled by their aggregated momentum.