The small, self-titled exhibition of video and installation artwork by Venezuelan artist Magdalena Fernandez at MOCA Pacific Design Center in Los Angeles is one of the more exciting art shows we’ve seen in 2015. It’s a sublime little exhibition that sucks you into a mesmerized, contemplative state.
An artist known for her modernist abstraction, “Magdalena Fernandez” includes six projected graphical animation videos on the museum’s walls and floor and a site-spicific light installation that seems to hover over stairs that connect the first- and second-floor galleries. Her work incorporates audio recordings of birds chirping, and these are synced to the choreography of her animated graphics. Go see it.