Perhaps Blue is a Cool Color, After All
SLIME TIME is an exhibition of works by Chicago-based artist Joshua M.G. McCormick and Atlanta-based artist and illustrator FRKO. Combining the madcap energy of cartoons and children’s television with pointed social satire, FRKO’s sculptural installations transfer his characters’ misadventures from the panels of comic books into the gallery on a life-sized scale. McCormick presents a performance as Moises Imbatchi, a fictional, time-traveling, saxophone-playing figure who reclaims artifacts and ideas that have been stolen or destroyed throughout history. Some of these artifacts and components of Moises’s time machine appear as ceramic objects in the exhibition. For the final exhibition at Camayuhs, take an unforgettably zany trip through time and space — and into the future.