Brutalism, Air Fresheners, and Augmented Reality: Around Cleveland’s Front International Triennial, Part 1

The late artist’s Allan Sekula’s nearly-three-hour film The Lottery of the Sea (2006) is being shown in its entirety as part of the FRONT. It’s exhibited in a setting befitting the film’s nautical subject: the steamship William G. Mather, near the Great Lakes Science Center.