In his first gallery exhibition since 1992, Jonathan Borofsky will present “Human Structures” opening on November 2nd at Deitch Projects in NYC. This exhibition will feature works that the artist has created over the past seven years. The dominant work in the exhibit is a sculpture composed of 366 life sized steel genderless figures all interlocking together to form a modular 44′ x 11′ x 18′ tall freestanding structure. The work is accompanied by an ambient-voice soundtrack, composed and produced by the artist in his music studio. Borofsky has been exhibited extensively during the past twenty years including solo exhibitions in the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Israel Museum, Jerusalem.