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Get lost in a heavenly reflective chamber or watch dancing, levitating sculptures in this exhibition from artist Nick Dong.
The Taiwanese-born, Oakland-based artist is bringing five experiential pieces to Pasadena’s USC Pacific Asia Museum: Divine Moments, in which Dong has commissioned soundtracks for various levitating objects; Immersion, a quiet meditation experience; Becoming Horizon, a mix of light, music and kinetic sculpture inspired by the Big Bang; and Heaven, a mirrored space where you’re supposed to let all of your fears and material possessions melt away (though we’re sure plenty of visitors will still cling to their phone while inside).
It also includes the Mendsmith Project, a participatory work in which visitors dealing with loss are asked to bring two pieces of jewelry, one of their own and one that belonged to their departed loved one, which Dong will mend together during a consultation (this one only runs from July 16 to 25, and you can apply online).
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