Travel through the realms of the past, an unknown reality in the present, and the future at a one of a kind exhibition at MOCA’s Little Tokyo Space. The area has been transformed by the works of Argentinian sculptor Adrian Villar Rojas, known for creating site-specific sculptures. He is at the helm of this ambitious undertaking and has deployed a team of collaborators who fabricated creations that are inspired by his ontological inquiries. The work aims to create an environment that is tactile and transient, as well as alien and human, so get ready to be transported to another dimension. At the exhibition, you can also get yours hand on an exclusive full-color publication that contains a conversation between Villar Rojas and MOCA Chief Curator Helen Molesworth. Villa Rojas’s work will be on display at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA from Oct. 22, 2017 through May 13, 2018.
Event: Adrian Villar Rojas’s The Theater of Disappearance
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