Art, Social Space and Public Discourse


Negus @Brooklyn Museum

The latest in a series of international presentations of Negus, the exhibition acknowledges the importance of hip-hop as a fundamental American art form by making the 8-track, 28-minute recording available without the distractions of technology…
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Luminous Ground

Not long ago, man brought the skies closer to earth by covering the interior of domes and praying halls with polychrome tiles, representing heaven looking over man; heaven made from the earth; from clay on the bed of rivers, the soil that embraced layers and layers of organic and non-organic…
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Jack London Improvement District Mural

The wall was a collaboration between Artist-in-Residence GhalamDAR and Bay Area based artist Mike “BAM” Tyau along with help from Stanford University students enrolled in Ala Ebtekar’s course on Public Art…
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Horizon to Horizon

Minoosh Zomorrodinia and Tara Goodarzi work on an in-situ performative intervention between Stanford, California and Khoram Abad, Iran…
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