Since 2009, the Phillips Collection’s Intersections series has invited contemporary artists to find meeting points between their own works and those of the museum’s permanent collection, activating the physical space of the building in a novel way. In October, six of Mallorcan artist Bernardi Roig’s life-sized, figurative plaster sculptures will lurk in the museum and garden’s nooks and crannies. Drawing parallels with the Phillips’ paintings by Honoré Daumier, Roig’s plaster casts of real people comment on the social and political life of the day. Placed in uncomfortable positions—both physically and psychologically—each anti-statue is accompanied by an eerie source of light that further exacerbates its pain. So don’t be shocked if you walk around a corner at the Phillips and suddenly catch a glimpse of a profoundly austere, sheet-white tortured soul hanging from a noose or trapped under a dozen elongated fluorescent lights. Visit during the first week of the exhibit and count it as this Halloween’s high-culture haunted house expedition. Oct. 25–Feb. 15 at the Phillips Collection, $10–$12.