by Walter Robinson
Say one thing for Turner Prize
winner Keith Tyson
(b. 1969), heís not shy when it comes to choosing subject matter. His Large Field Array
, now on view at PaceWildenstein
ís 22nd Street space in Chelsea, is nothing less than a complete Pop cosmology. The warehouse-sized gallery is filled with 230 colorful cubical sculptures, each about 24 inches to the side, arranged in a grid and suspended on the walls.