"Polycephaly is repeated elsewhere within the installation, where a double-torsoed mannequin exhibits cheap Peyton Manning shirts. This visually echoes ‘1818’ while audio elements pulse the sound of beating hearts. This figure is meant to highlight a Chinese concept about matching lovers’ uniforms. On game day, I see a whole city turn into lovers also united in opposition toward a weekly rival.”
Also on RMCAD walls, find paintings by Los Angeleno Christina Shurts and New Yorker Nathan Ritterpusch, as well as a fantastical show from RMCAD alumnus David Grigorian; the joint receptions coincide from 6 to 9 p.m. at the galleries on campus at 1600 Pierce Street in Lakewood. Find more information online at rmcad.edu.
Mondays-Saturdays; Thu., Jan. 9, 6-9 p.m. Starts: Jan. 6. Continues through Feb. 24, 2014