Los Angeles–based artist and YBCA 100 honoree Edgar Arceneaux explores historical patterns around race and representation through drawings, installations, and theater. At YBCA, the artist experiments with the exhibition as a format of presentation through Until Until Until...(2015–17), a multi-media video installation as well as a live action play, and a large-scale sculpture, Library of Black Lies (2016). See separate listing for Yishai Jusidman.
This two-person exhibition features recent experimental works by Los Angeles-based Edgar Arceneaux and Los Angeles-based Mexican painter Yishai Jusidman, respectively. Arceneaux’s projects include video installation, performance and a labyrinthine, immersive sculpture assembled from books; Jusidman’s “Prussian Blue” is a series of paintings depicting the Holocaust.