Notes On Looking: Contemporary Art from Los Angeles

Review of “Go Tell It On The Mountain” by Carlyn Aguilar, Notes On Looking

“…Right in front of Lemus’ tapestry is one of my favorite works by Sanjit Sethi, Church Pool.  The pool is an inverted church.  The symbolism can go either way, positive or negative; a place of baptism is also a place of drowning, a place in which one can rejuvenate is also a place where you can be sucked in, deep down into darkness.  A place of community where everyone can swim together is also a place where repression can perpetuate.  This work is not only an art piece but also a proposal for an actual structure…”