Image via the LA Times
It's too cold lately to be swimming on the roof at 1100 Wilshire or the W Hollywood, so head instead to MOCA's Geffen Contemporary for a Latin American light-and-space-themed exhibition called "Suprasensorial," where visitors can do a few laps in a "psychedelic swimming pool" by artist Hélio Oiticica and filmmaker Neville D'Almeida. The LA Times reports, that "a lifeguard will be in attendance. Towels will be handed out. And disposable bathing suits will be sold at the bookstore." So bring your own red cups. The show opens on Sunday.
· MOCA visitors can plunge into Latin American light and space--and Oiticica/D'Almeida swimming pool [LAT]
· SUPRASENSORIAL: EXPERIMENTS IN LIGHT, COLOR, AND SPACE [MOCA]