By CARREN JAO — When two art forms meet, there is always a negotiation.
Artist and musician Kim Gordon, best known as a founding member of the rock band Sonic Youth, wrestles with this in her latest site-specific installation, Coming Soon, on view at Rudolf Schindler’s Fitzpatrick-Leland House in Los Angeles.
“It was a constant competition between architecture and art,” says Aaron Moulton, the show’s curator and director of programming for Gagosian Los Angeles, who adds that exhibiting Gordon’s work in the 1936 spec house presented a challenge because they could not control the lighting and there was only one proper wall for displaying art. Yet, Coming Soon also echoed the real challenges of living with art.
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