September 18 - October 18, 2020 Art helps us to process what is happening in the world around us. It starts conversations and builds bridges. It helps us to express our feelings in a safe way and ease our burdens. "What We Made" is an exhibit of work crated since March 15, 2020 in response to the events of this year.
On Display through end of September As one of Felix Gonzalez-Torres’s powerful candy-spill works, Untitled (L.A.) finds beauty in the everyday by transforming a bounty of green, cellophane-wrapped candies into a dazzling arrangement of color, form, and texture. Viewers are encouraged to take and taste the candy, activating the work in a way that suggests a wide range of profound meanings. The participation of each viewer creates a moment of engagement that is sensory and personal. The intimate nature and fluctuating structure of Gonzalez-Torres’s candy works are often interpreted as being related to tragedy in the artist’s private life.