The Myth of Singularity, a suite of eight bronze sculptures by Liz Glynn, produced from plaster props generated during a 2013 performance The Myth of Singularity (after Rodin), is on view at LACMA through May 22, 2016. In a recent interview with artnet News, available online on artnet.com, Glynn talks about the sculptures and their relationship to the performance. Glynn, an alumna of VES, will teach in the department as a visiting lecturer in Spring 2016. For more information about the exhibition, visit LACMA's website.
Image: Liz Glynn, detail of Untitled (after Balzac, with Burgher), 2014.