New York artist Leidy Churchman's small paintings of an ambulance, a sky-blue rectangle against a gray one and a devil hang in colored frames on the walls of Human Resources, with L.A. artist Math Bass' sculptures arranged on the floor. There's a column made of brand-new garden pots, faux animal skins, an orange-and-black-spotted tarp draped over an armature we can't see and a red flag that casts a shadow across the wall beneath one of Churchman's paintings. The track lights hang low, from wires suspended from the ceiling, and the dim lighting makes the space feel like a set. But the objects and images in this collaborative show are more players than props — their interactions are the story. 410 Cottage Home St.; through June 30. (213) 290-4752, humanresourcesla.com.
Wednesdays-Saturdays. Starts: May 30. Continues through June 29, 2013
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