Thu, Jul 09
Amir Zaki: Where We Read | A Participatory Photography Project
Curious about where we read and how we see our personal environment after being engrossed in a book, artist Amir Zaki gathered images from the public to create a collective picture of where we read and how our views compare to others.
Sat, Jul 11
Contested Spaces: Roundtable Discussion
Drawing on themes in the exhibition "An Earth Song, A Body Song: Figures with Landscape from the OCMA Permanent Collection," writer Carolyn Finney, artists Edgar Arceneaux and Kori Newkirk, and curator Daniel Duford discuss how institutional racism has shaped public space and the American landscape.
Thu, Jul 02
Radio Booth Session 4: Permanent Jet Lag
Artists York Chang and Daniel R. Small introduce a molecular biologist stranded on an airplane for twelve days during the COVID-19 pandemic. The five stages of grief (denial, anger, negotiation, depression, and acceptance) unfold over interviews during his disorienting, perpetual flying quarantine.
Thu, Jun 25
Pilar Quinteros: Patagonian Orchids: Letter to Chile (short film)
In Pilar Quinteros’s short film, the coexistence of native plants and animals with foreign species introduced for commercial purposes in Chile embodies tensions currently expressed in the massive protests against abusive public policies.
Mon, Jun 15
Listen on SoundCloud
Social Distance, Haiku, and You: Sound Collage Public Collaboration with Alan Nakagawa
After two weeks of gathering haiku from around the globe, LA-based sound artist Alan Nakagawa coheres the diverse experiences of our shared reality in this sound collage. Listen now on OCMA's SoundCloud.