Since the 1970s, Swiss artists Peter Fischli & David Weiss have been transforming the banalities of everyday life into high art. Whether they are painstakingly reworking construction site debris, creating sculptures out of sausages, or elevating domestic cats to mythical status with al fresco video projections, Fischli and Weiss use irony and deadpan wit to create fun-house theatres out of the mundane. Their new show, the first since 2002, at the Mathew Marks Gallery features sculpture and photography including Fotografias - a group of 109 black and white photographs of wall paintings from fairgrounds and amusements parks taken during recent travels. Stripped of their color and context these orphaned elements are configured into an original narrative odyssey.