This round of video works selected from OCMA’s collection speak to “living in a condition of uncertainty, chaos and reform.” The curators have chosen works which they describe as featuring “bodies engaged in improvised or choreographed movements wrought with tension and striving for empowerment,” including instances of both specified and abstracted contexts of social unrest and times of sweeping political change. Organized by Ziying Duan, this series features works ranging from five minutes to 60, by Douglas Gordon, Robin Rhode, Koki Tanaka and The Speculative Archive (Julia Meltzer, David Thorne).

Thursday, June 18, noon-Saturday, June 20, midnight.


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