I always thought it would be a cool idea to mount an art exhibit that had a soundtrack, and David McGee's show at DiverseWorks proves my point. As you approach the space's main gallery, you'll hear strains of bebop saxophone. There's a point to the exhibition's jazz soundtrack, just as there's a point to the soundtrack of a movie. The rollicking saxes, bass and drums set the show's mood and even seem to enter the artworks themselves. The most interesting exhibits are narratives of sorts; they're expository exercises that advance a point of view, a particular way of understanding a set of artworks, something more than "Isn't this a neat bunch of... More >>>
McGee isn't afraid of tackling daunting subject matter
-- like, say, God.