Today we went to the Henry. I spent so much time looking at the exhibit of Garry Hill’s Glossodelic Attractions. I never really read into that kind of surrealist art that comments on humans and humanity and society in a very abstract way, but there was something very magnetic about each piece and all of them as a whole.
There was a specific piece that really captivated me in a strange way where the man was very high on LSD (or so I was told) and he kept saying how we don’t matter but then after a while he started to turn it around into a positive thing of our size in the universe being as small as it is; like being a kid in a candy store.
All in all a great place and a great way to see and learn about art/artists who do really good work.
photo credit: Austin Lenz