Jesse Sugarmann’s automotive performances are elegant pile-ups. His vehicular actions engage the car accident as an inadvertent monument, a spectacle of trauma and a point of social exchange. Lido (the pride is back) is Sugarmann’s accident/monument in salutation of Lido “Lee” Iacocca, the now-retired sales (and sometimes spiritual) leader of the Chrysler Corporation. Positioning three Chrysler minivans atop 42 inflatable airbeds, Sugarmann creates a slow motion car wreck that soars clumsily through the air, the vehicles softly piling upon themselves with a cozy violence.