Los Angeles-based Rhodes’ latest exhibition centres on German cultural theorist Aby Warburg. In a three-room installation, Rhodes alludes to Warburg’s theories of historical snake dances, reinforcing the notion of survival as a snake sheds its skin to live again. A room full of boxes packed with books alludes to Warburg’s move to England during WWII. The show roots itself in themes of transience and stoicism. One is reminded of a carnival – with bizarre videos, a hopscotch made of snakes and a rotating projector with reptilic images.