Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
Drive-By-Art (Public Art In This Moment of Social Distancing)

Drive-By-Art (Public Art In This Moment of Social Distancing)

Organized by Warren Neidich, Renee Petropoulos, Michael Slenske and Anuradha Vikram

www.drive-by-art.org Los Angeles, California, USA May 23, 2020 – May 31, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted cultural networks bringing many galleries and museums to a halt and moving visual arts experiences online. Meanwhile, drive-by baby showers and birthdays have become the norm for celebrating special events during this time of social distancing amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Enter Drive–By–Art, an outdoor public art exhibition that is experienced from the safety and intimacy

Drive-By-Art (Public Art In This Moment of Social Distancing) (2020). Installation view. Image courtesy by the organizers Drive-By-Art (Public Art In This Moment of Social Distancing) (2020). Installation view. Image courtesy by the organizers Drive-By-Art (Public Art In This Moment of Social Distancing) (2020). Installation view. Image courtesy by the organizers The coronavirus pandemic has

Hyperobjects: Group show at Ballroom Marfa, Texas, USA Hyperobjects: Group show at Ballroom Marfa, Texas, USA

Hyperobjects: Group show at Ballroom Marfa, Texas, USA

By Saúl Hernández-Vargas Marfa, Texas, USA 04/13/2018 – 11/04/2018

The desert, neither uninhabited nor alone: Notes on Hyperobjects, curated by Timothy Morton and Laura Copelin For Cristina Compared to their Chinese and Mesoamerican counterparts, western astronomers were late in observing a wide range of celestial phenomena. It wasn’t until the sixteenth century that Nicolaus Copernicus, drawing on discoveries made by Arab astronomers at the

Emilija Skarnulyte, Sirenomelia, 2018. Video, único canal HD, loop. Imagen cortesía de la artista y Ballroom Marfa. Foto: Alex Marks El desierto, ni deshabitado ni solo: notas sobre Hyperobjects, curada por Timothy Morthon y Laura Copelin Para Cristina A diferencia de los astrónomos chinos, y mesoamericanos, los astrónomos occidentales tardaron en observar la gran variedad de fenómenos