The Broad is an experience. A social experience. People immersed in space, discovering art, discovering other people. There is no linear itinerary, no sequence to follow. Visitors interact with creations as they choose. Called “The Vault and the Veil” by its architects, the firm Miller Scofidio + Renfro, from New York, it offers a dialectic contrast to Gehry’s Disney Hall’s dissonant Baroque. The spiritual aspect of Eli and Edythe Broad’s legacy to L.A. is in the way it frames the spectator’s dialogue with the artists’ demons under a bath of light.