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Tori Wrånes utilizes her synesthesia to create physical works of art, exemplified in the exhibition "Mussel Tears" at Shulamit Nazarian.
January 29, 2022 - March 12, 2022
The artist Tori Wrånes has harnessed the power of synesthesia—a condition which links senses like sound to color and form—using it to her advantage when fabricating physical works of art, which often begin with her own vocalizations. In “Mussel Tears” at Shulamit Nazarian, Wrånes has utilized this condition to present her audience with a show of sculpture, sound, painting, and performance that create a series of dreamlike narratives, born from the artist’s observations of society’s outcasts. Titled for memories of the Norwegian fishing village where Wrånes was born, the artist infuses in her fantastical storytelling with memories of her birthplace, crafting an unforgettable narrative around the mollusks that inhabit the waters.
Friedman Benda presents a new solo exhibition by Detroit-based sculptor, ceramicist, and educator Ebitenyefa Baralaye.
Pace, Los Angeles presents a dynamic exhibition of artwork by Alexander Calder, selected and installed by artist Richard Tuttle.
The California African American Museum (CAAM) presents the first US exhibition of British artist Helen Cammock.
Regen Projects presents “ECHO,” a sweeping exhibition spotlighting two decades worth of artwork by artist Elliot Hundley.
Jessica Taylor Bellamy’s “Endnotes for Sunshine” follows a creative exploration of the precarious nature of paradise in the face of ecological turmoil.
A solo exhibition of the Chinese artist Zeng Fanzhi is on view at Hauser & Wirth’s gallery in the Downtown Arts District through April 30.
Jeffrey Deitch’s gallery space at 925 N. Orange Drive is presenting Refik Anadol’s “Living Paintings” from February 18—April 8.