Kahlil Joseph's m.A.A.d. gives new visual life to Kendrick Lamar's breakout album
Last Thursday, two new exhibitions opened at the main building of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, both part of what the museum is calling a “new era” in the wake of the tumultuous Jeffrey Deitch years. Most of MOCA’s downtown space is now dedicated to Sturtevant: Double Trouble, a retrospective of the replicationist Elaine Sturtevant, which features a muscle-bound dude in silver booty shorts dancing on a lit-up go-go platform for 45 minutes each day. And behind a wall and on the other side of a long black curtain is Kahlil Joseph: Double Conscience. From the title, casual visitors may assume it’s a companion installation, but what is playing on a continuous loop in the darkened room is director Kahlil Joseph’s m.A.A.d.
Source:: The Verge