Scott Reeder's exhibition at 356 is full of three-walled, spaceship-like rooms, sets from a futuristic feature film he made about a failing luxury hotel on the moon. Raw footage from the film, Moondust, sometimes plays through geometric holes in the walls and the rooms are mostly monochrome, all yellow or all orange. There is a slapdash quality to the construction, which sometimes makes it hard to let go of skepticism and enjoy the show's quirky fantasy. But Moon World's Lobby, where purple canvases are the walls and a triangular door opens onto a ramp that leads nowhere, pulls you in perfectly: You feel like you're in a misbegotten commercial space that was supposed to be the next big thing but never will be. 356 S. Mission Road; through March 16. (323) 609-3162,

Wednesdays-Sundays. Starts: Jan. 26. Continues through March 16, 2014
(Expired: 03/16/14)

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