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MOWA | DTN—Sound | Asleep

Opening Saturday, September 14
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Tomiko Jones, A Place to Rest, 2008-present


Conventional display of art privileges level lines and generous spacing—all the better to spotlight the merits of individual works. Both Steven Foster’s Steve Lacy Series and Tomiko Jones’ A Place to Rest flout these principles of exhibition to reflect influence and collaboration, making the installation of the photographs as much a part of the work of art as the photographs themselves.

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MOWA | DTN— The World After Us: Imaging Techno-Aesthetic Futures

January 17–March 25, 2020
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The World After Us: Imaging Techno-Aesthetic Futures is an exhibition of sculptures, installations, prints, photographs, and experiments by Nathaniel Stern that speculates about what our devices—phones, tablets, batteries, LCDs, etc.—might become over decades, or thousands and millions of years. The exhibition combines plant life with electronic waste and scientific experimentation with artistic exploration. Its installation takes the forms of a wall-hung jungle and free-standing towers of computer detritus and biological reclamation, fossilized and reconfigured phones and laptops, and reimagined electronics.

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