If you saw the Swiss video and installation artist's epic piece in the MoMA atrium last year, you'll know what to expect. If not: lots of color and movement, plus a touch of tackiness. Here, three new pieces offer very varied experiences: a three-screen video composition; a central room filled with gray screens hanging from the ceiling and innumerable projections perpetually changing the architectural experience; and a giant hanging chandelier-like sculpture made of metal skeletons draped in second-hand underwear. See? Color, movement, tacky. Fun.