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

Part of Josh Kline’s “Civil War” series, which envisions a world after the fall of capitalism in 2030, is on view at MOCA. Included is Indifference (2017), a pile of what appears to be cement teddy bears (they’re actually made of gypsum, sand, gravel, and steel) more likely recall carnage than playtime.

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