Taiwanese conceptual artist Michael Lin, whose known for site-specific installations that re-contextualize public and semi-public spaces, is bringing his transformative touch to the Museum of Contemporary Art. In his newest piece, dubbed Archipelago, MOCA’s entryway floor will be adorned with floral patterns referencing island chains, as well as Indonesian, Hawaiian and Taiwanese textiles. The piece is both a meditation on the unwelcome era of social distancing and a vibrant greeting for museum visitors. As with pieces in Vancouver, Tokyo and elsewhere, local artists mentored by Lin’s studio will take on the painting. Get more details here.