Our culture is moving to a place where pure images have become a kind of non-verbal glyph . No contemporary artist speaks this language of digital hieroglyphics with greater fluency than Ryoji Ikeda. His is the realm of the image as perfect utterance.
The exhibition features a new major sculptural installation inspired by Varda's time in Los Angeles in the late 1960s.
“We had a convertible car. We were playing the game. Then I would drive. I would take Pico and go from the ocean to downtown. I would do Sunset Boulevard that turns a lot. I would do all the streets—Venice Boulevard... I was impressed…"