Fancy swimming in a museum?

That is just one of the possible sensory experiences possible at MOCA, LA’s Suparsensorial: Experiments in Light, Color, and Space. Running through February 27, 2011 the exhibition brings together a number of pioneering Latin American artists who all hope to invite the wider public into the experience of art. And, invite they do, one installation, Hélio Oiticica and Neville D’Almeida’s “Cosmococa-Programa in Progress, CC4 Nocagions” (1973), provides museum visitors with a 90 meter heated pool to enjoy during museum hours.

Yatzer has a thorough review of the exhibition, which I recommend. Images and a short video follow after the jump.

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