Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego showing two exhibitions at downtown location

The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego is showing two new exhibitions featuring two distinct, singular voices. Rita McBride: Public Tilt and This is How We Walk on the Moon: Colter Jacobsen opened simultaneously at MCASD Downtown. Rita McBride’s exhibition comprises three major installation pieces that fill the Foster, Farrell, and Strauss galleries. San Francisco-based artist Colter Jacobsen’s practice explores the workings of time and memory through intimate drawings and assemblages. Rita McBride: Public Tilt features three installations by the artist whose work engages the tropes of architectural design, modernist sculpture, and public space. Installed in the expansive volumes of MCASD’s downtown location, Public Tilt includes the West Coast debut of McBride’s celebrated modular construction, Arena. When assembled, Arena forms a massive tiered

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