The bulk of this past weekend was spent at a couple of Los Angeles’ art museums. Saturday led me to LACMA for a screening of Christian Marclay’s The Clock. The 24-hour film uses snippets of various original motion pictures and plays out in correlation with the actual time of day that the movie is being shown. Sunday was the opening of the Urs Fischer retrospective at MOCA. It included some surreal sights such as a bread house, clay raindrops, and my favorite piece, Kratz, featuring a mound of cement dumped on a bed.