Typically, Beshty’s work would defy the idea of any additions, footnotes, addenda or appendixes. Often characterised as a ‘continuum’, it offers an almost perfectly tautological and literal representation of art-making and its systems. In other words, Beshty’s pictures, objects, sculptures and installations are created following a strict set of pre-existing parameters and procedures. Their existence, shape and form are almost entirely pre-conditioned by these systems and often ‘activated’ by their handling, transportation, viewing, and even commerce. In the last thirteen years of us working together, Beshty’s artworks have thus accumulated, recycled and, in ways, ‘re-used’ or even ‘made’ themselves, blurring...