Human Resources is a safe space for boundary-blasting visual and especially performance art, with all material experimentations and paradigm-smashing modalities welcome. This weekend, HRLA welcomes the cross-platform project Stalgia Grigg: is a weapon and we, the first U.S. solo show for this artist, and by the looks of it maybe his first in this time-space dimension. With a witty, quirky and slightly ominous sensibility, the artists activities bore into the arcane structural roots of societal political discourse and frustration, positing a kind of futuristic counterfactual history in which access to the fractal vagaries of digital logic promise to break the cognitive wheel of Left/Right polemics and cultural crossfire. The need is urgent; the results are unpredictable.
Human Resources Los Angeles, 410 Cottage Home St., Chinatown; humanresourcesla.com; Sat., June 15 – Tue., June 18, noon-6 p.m.; Opening Reception: Fri., June 14, 7-10 p.m.; free.
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