All of these images had some connection to the artist’s documentaries, a thematic link reinforced by the layout of the exhibit.
Bani Abidi’s Death at a 30-degree angle created a rich, at times humorous deconstruction of political monuments.
In his too-brief career, he managed nothing less than to broaden the possibilities of what kind of confrontations clothes can provoke.
It’s an experience that has the power to rewire your brain to perceive of a world that hovers just beyond our grasp.
This is a glorified laser light show, which feels half-assed despite its booming complexity.