The name of the exhibit "Slimemold Art: By Slimemold, About Slimemold, For Slimemold" pretty much says it all -- except for the fact that unless you know something about slimemolds you won't have the foggiest idea what the title is referring to. So, you have a choice. You can either spend the next five years studying the necessary background material in order to adequately prepare yourself for proper viewing of the exhibit. Or, you can simply forge ahead and view the show without necessarily having the proper background. Lacking the context to properly understand an exhibit has never stopped an art critic; so why should it stop you?