New York-based Lizzi Bougatsos, Sadie Laska and Spencer Sweeney individually operate as visual artists and musicians, and collectively as I.U.D. At MOCA Tucson I.U.D. presents BAKERMAN in the East Galleries, an art show that began with a performance by the audio component of I.U.D. on opening night in the museums’ Great Hall. Incorporating tropes of southern Arizona life, their sculptural paintings utilize yoga mats, windshield sunscreens, pool noodles, and rocks, as well as the more traditional materials of paint, tape, and glue. Also on view are collectively executed petroglyph drawings on black-painted chalkboard-like walls, as well as the video “Larry Clark Nose: Grand Canyon,” made for specifically the exhibition, Partially filmed at a Honky-tonk in Jerome, it also features the trio hiking up Bell Rock in Sedona, drawing on rocks, mixed with absurd close-ups of noses in conversation, with a nod to Dada. Combined, all these elements makeBAKERMAN a distinctly passionate pooling of resources and a simultaneously disorderly and tightly wound tripartite artistic outburst.