Nick Cave doesn’t create art just so you can stare at it. The Chicago-based artist’s work is meant to be explored, experienced and, in some cases, even worn. In Sojourn, the newly opened exhibition at the Denver Art Museum, Cave has created a weird and wonderful fantasyland filled with sculptures built from flea market objects, button-adorned walls, and his wearable, noise-making Soundsuits. “I’ve made the decision to take you on a journey,” Cave explained to Wired. “To create a exhibition that will take you back to this sort of dream state.”
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