Quebec-based Argentinean José Luis Torres is an artist whose three-dimensional pieces come to life by altering the base meaning of the spaces they inhabit. This June, the Koffler Gallery at Artscape Youngplace will experience a spatial transfiguration during his “José Luis Torres: Question d’Adaptation” exhibition. A visual representation of the immigrant experience, the exhibition will focus on the camouflaging, reflection, and construction strategies practiced during migration. Torres’s site-specific sculptural installation will work with the space of the gallery to showcase the unfamiliar object working to unify itself with its environment, yet simultaneously changing the original meaning of the site—a relatable theme for the multicultural city of Toronto. “José Luis Torres: Question d’Adaptation” is on view from June 21 to August 26, 2018, at the Koffler Gallery at Artscape Youngplace.