PLEASE NOTE: SEVERAL GALLERIES AT MOCA GRAND AVENUE ARE CLOSED FOR INSTALLATION AND REOPEN MARCH 20.
SELECTIONS FROM THE PERMANENT COLLECTION REMAINS ON VIEW.


MOCA Presents Bernhard Willhelm 3000: When Fashion Shows The Danger Then Fashion Is The Danger

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SUNDAY STUDIO: MIX IT UP

Spend the afternoon at MOCA with friends and family exploring new combinations and changing contexts through film, art in the galleries, and an all-ages, hands-on project. Inspired by the work of artist Barbara Kruger, investigate how pictures change meaning when they are re-combined with other pictures, text, or blank space. Enjoy food truck eats and music while you work, and explore our special area for toddlers with your little ones. A short film program by acclaimed composer William Basinksi in collaboration with artist and filmmaker James Elaine, Melancholia (1997-2007), will screen throughout Sunday Studio.

03.01.15 1:00PM - 4:00PM
MOCA GRAND AVENUE

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PERFORMANCE: WILLIAM BASINSKI

Composer and musician William Basinski performs his latest concert-length work The Deluge (2014). Active for over three decades, Basinski has created a vast body of soundscapes that has secured his place as an icon of contemporary ambient music.

03.01.15 4:00PM
MOCA GRAND AVENUE

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CONVERSATION AND BOOK SIGNING: KIM GORDON

In conjunction with the publication of her highly anticipated memoir Girl in a Band, Kim Gordon will appear in conversation with MOCA Senior Curator Bennett Simpson. Gordon, who spent her youth in suburban California, is known not only as co-founder, bassist, and vocalist of the band Sonic Youth, but also as a fashion designer, actress, record producer, video director, and visual artist. Her book is a deeply personal and honest narrative that charts her course in the company of some of the most influential musicians, artists, and fashion designers of recent decades.

03.7.15 3:00PM
MOCA GRAND AVENUE

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