Seven sculptural installations that included performances by artists, invited audience participation, or developed over the course of the exhibition. The Right Reverand Ethan Acres attempted to revive morality through ministering, song and baptism; David Hullfish Bailey constructed piñatas from road cones; Jessica Buege wove a latex grid while suspended from a harness; George Domantay’s work combining live performance and installation included the production of plaster castings of a relief topography of California; Jason Holley’s AM radio transmitter and lie detector rove throughout the exhibition space; Evan Holloway’s Drum Box invited the audience to play the drums inside a sound proof box; and Izumi Tachiki’s soft sculpture-like objects, which were available for rent, addressed the relationship between art and comsumerism.
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