Erin Shirreff’s art is infused with disciplined conceptual underpinnings and a lush sense of history. Monograph (no. 1) presents framed leaves extracted from a fictive unbound book or broadsheet. The bisected images reflect an aura of nostalgia, invoking our experience of form through photo reproduction in book structure, itself now putatively archaic. Several abutting slices of sculpture images (rough imitations of work by Tony Smith, Alexander Calder or Anthony Caro) form surprising amalgams, as if one took apart the signatures of an artist’s monograph.