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Last-look: Art Los Angeles Contemporary

Last year, Art Los Angeles Contemporary (ALAC) differentiated itself by making the daring fair leap of dipping a toe into the murky waters of virtuality— remember the VR environments by Jeremy Couillardand at Louis B James (New York) or the ear-bending 6-channel video installation of Matt Stokes…

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Last-look: 2016

It may have been a risky if not morbid year to be a celebrity… but it was a great year to be a sensory savvy, ephemeral conscious, and experiential attuned art exhibition in Los Angeles. In order of appearance, here are 16 immersive shows— 12 solos (with…

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Last-look: Telefantasy TV x Infinity Stage

The term “synthesis” comes from Latin’s “composition,” the Greek root nearly translating as “to put together.” Place “video” before this and it visualizes the stages encountered through the interplay of light, space and point of view. For Suzy Poling and Jennifer Juniper Stratford, video synthesis is…

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Last-look: WACKing the Piñata

It seems true that the most gratifying signs of an exhibition’s success lies in its residual ability to inspire other programming. Nine years ago, Connie Butler mounted the first monumental institutional survey examining the relationship between art and feminism at MOCA with Wack! Art and…

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Last-look: Great Show!!

Virtualization of experience and the object in the age of the post-digital are dismantled as form and topic in UCLA’s group show highlighting 2016 Design Media Arts MFA’s. Showcasing 6 artists and over 18 pieces, the works on display from this year’s grad students materialize a…

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First-look: Marcella Dvsi

The Italian-born London-based artist creates wearable fractals and limited edition prints evoking mythic archetypes through a dexterous process of affixing and twisting fabric. Combining a tactile sensibility with a mediative and meticulous technique, Marcella Dvsi’s collections and works on paper tie the ancient symbolic practice…

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Last-look: post-post

What is after in the age of the image? What follows in a model predicated by post-net culture? What comes “after after” is the object and subject dismantled within post-post— Christian Eckart’s solo show and LA debut standing in its final days at Wilding Cran…

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