From the New York Times: "An Artist’s Solo Show Contains Multitudes," by Randy Kennedy.
In itself, the work can look like that of several different artists, as Ms. Trockel burrows into ideas, exhausts them and then moves on, sometimes returning to recycle the old, occasionally with a vengeance. One piece in the New Museum show is a clear plastic cube filled with the cut-up remains of many years’ worth of her trademark textile paintings, which she had saved in her studio. (A single painting similar to those she destroyed sold last year at auction for almost a million dollars.)
And here's a related art story from the New York Times: "Here’s Looking at You, Conceptualism," by Holland Cotter.