1. Onajide Shabaka at Museum of Contemporary Art 2012


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    Artist in residence at Museum of Contemporary Art, Onajide Shabaka gave museum visitors an opportunity to see inside the artist's work space and have a conversation about his art practice during…

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    • Christian Skjødt - Columns


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      COLUMNS by Christian Skjødt YEAR: 2014 MATERIALS: 16 metal springs, 16 loudspeakers, sine wave generators, amplifiers, wire MEASURES: site specific / 500 cm x 200 cm x 25 cm EXHIBITION:…

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      • Power Goes (excerpts)


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        • Power Goes


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          "Power Goes". Bold live performance + creative community engagement = a platform to consider power, politics and social action. “Power is where power goes.” President Lyndon…

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          • Trying the Hand of God


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            Knifeandfork. Trying the Hand of God. 2009. Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), Los Angeles.

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            • Emptiness is Form (Golf and Donuts)


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              Knifeandfork. Emptiness is Form (Golf and Donuts). 2005. Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), Los Angeles.

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              • MOCA Grand Prix


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                Knifeandfork. MOCA Grand Prix. 2009. Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), Los Angeles.

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                • Holcombe Waller: Wayfinders


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                  Holcombe Waller: Wayfinders Nov 7–9, 2014 Now, more than ever, we’re deluged with data telling us where we are and what’s around us. In his highly imaginative song cycle Wayfinders,…

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                  • The Seldoms | Power Goes


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                    Our bodies’ relationship to power infuses our language. We have an “appetite” for power. We “hunger” and “thirst” for it. We “chase” power. For…

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