By Carolyn Kelly

From left: Joseph Carens; Bouchra Khalili. Photo: Dustin Aksland/August; Samar Yazbek. Photo: Muhsin Akgun

From left: Joseph Carens; Bouchra Khalili. Photo: Dustin Aksland/August; Samar Yazbek. Photo: Muhsin Akgun

• Watch the live stream on Friday of a

Deep explorations and journeys are a theme this week. Check out these highlights:

Tony Oursler. Still from Imponderable. 2015–16. 5-D multimedia installation (color, sound). 90 min. © 2016 Tony Oursler. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Acquired in part through the generosity of Jill and Peter Kraus

• Take in our latest exhibition, Tony Oursler: Imponderable, a feature-length film presented in a “5-D” cinematic environment that explores the intersection of technological advancements and occult phenomena.

• On Tuesday catch a Gallery Session, presented in Spanish, looking at Magia, sexo y muerte. La influencia española en las vanguardias parisinas del siglo XX (Magic, Sex, Death: Spanish Influence on 20th-Century Parisian Avant-Gardes).

From left: Joseph Carens; Bouchra Khalili. Photo: Dustin Aksland/August; Samar Yazbek. Photo: Muhsin Akgun

From left: Joseph Carens; Bouchra Khalili. Photo: Dustin Aksland/August; Samar Yazbek. Photo: Muhsin Akgun

• Watch the live stream on Friday of a Citizens and Borders conversation between artist Bouchra Khalili, author and activist Samar Yazbek, and philosopher Joseph Carens on the current global refugee crisis, moderated by historian and professor Bernard Haykel. You can submit questions in advance on Twitter using #CitizensBorders.

• A film program exploring the work of Naomi Kawase kicks off on Saturday with a screening of her dramatic debut feature, Suzaku, introduced by Kawase and Anita Reher, Executive Director, The Flaherty Seminars.

Read more here:: This Week at MoMA: June 20–26