Reading: Harper's Bazaar September 2013
Unfortunately, the main building for MoCA was in the process of moving in new exhibits, which meant there wasn't much to look at that I had not seen already. At the Geffen Contemporary, another MoCA building, they had some of Urs Fischer's work. MoCA basically let 1,500 people in to sculpt whatever they wanted with Urs Fischer and this is the result.
In the adjoining room, MoCA, along with several other museums, is having a display on architecture throughout the world. They had a lot of models of homes and buildings along with sketches. If I ever become a billionaire, I will help stimulate the economy by building a home as spectacular as these ones.
I love art that you can stand in because it feels like an artist's playground. This particular piece was surreal with it's pastel swirling explosions. I likes how inside it was like an explosion of paint, while the outside has these neon cutouts sticking out like feathers. This was right by the architecture exhibit and there were two other pieces you could walk into. I really would like to go back to MoCA, when they have exhibits other than their permanent ones on display. It's kind of expensive to see only one floor of work, so you have to go to the Geffen Contemporary to get your money's worth.