Always surprised by REDCAT, even after the loss of Eungie Joo, I wandered in today to find a pretty massive installation by San Francisco graffiti and street art legend Barry McGee, aka TWIST. The installation includes an overturned tagged-up car, automated moving mannequins "spray painting" the space's walls, and is essentially wrapped in obsessively layered pieces of bright geometric-patterned wallpaper. It's titled "Advanced Mature Work" and it's up through late November.
McGee, if you recall, had to stand back as LACMA demolished a parking garage in 2005 filled with wall pieces made by he and his deceased wife, Margaret McKilgallen. See the above Wikipieda link and this post at Modern Art Notes. At the time McGee said: "I always thought it was a temporary thing. My stuff, in particular, I don't give a darn about. That's the nature of the beast."