What happens when artists lose control of the narrative of their work, when ideas are misappropriated and instrumentalized by others with differing agendas? A panel including Made in L.A. 2016 artist Dena Yago, her frequent collaborator Sean Monahan, and Rachel Berks of Otherwild Goods and Services addresses the implications of these questions amid the ever-expanding […]
Instagram/artlexachung We love discovering artistic Instagram accounts, and the latest one to blow our minds is the brainchild of sisters Mara and Beatriz Valdovn. If mixing art and fashion seems like the perfect combo, you’d be right, and these side by sides are so fun to look at, partially because Alexa’s fashion choices have an […]
Museums are usually considered purveyors of the past, but in Alex Benays eyes, they might be better off as tech pioneers. The concept here is using things like virtual reality, open data, anything that gets the story out whether its raw or filtered, [it] means engagement. Benay uses Ace Academy: Black Flight – a video […]
The “tactile immediacy” of the art book has been enhanced by new print technologies that make them thoroughly modern products.
On the heels of the final installment of its hugely successfulEngagement Party series, the Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles (MOCA LA) unveiled PLAY MOCA, a new multidisciplinary festival to celebrate the diversity of emerging creative talent in Los Angeles, featuring a three-night event which included live musical performances paired with visuals projected onto a temporary installation.