Human Condition is a group exhibition featuring over eighty artists and 300 works of art in an abandoned hospital in Los Angeles. Evil Eye, a site-specific installation by LA-based artist Amir H. Fallah, takes over and reimagines a post-surgery recovery room within the hospital as an oasis for rehabilitation. During the hospital’s lengthy history, tens of thousands of patients were brought into this room to heal following major procedures—many losing their lives in the process. Fallah converts the space into a psychedelic recovery room bathed in the purple glow of grow lights and covered in an array of domestic objects and textiles. The walls feature figurative paintings from the artist’s studio, photosynthesizing plants, and evil eye pendants and prayer beads that ward off bad spirits and bring luck to the space. Evil Eye is an antidote to the hospital’s cold and sterile environment, providing a warm and inviting escape from the grim reality of a hospital left for dead.