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San Francisco

Judah L. Magnes Museum

Exhibition Detail
A New Season of Exhibitions and Educational Programs
Curated by: Alla Efimova
2911 Russell Street
Berkeley, CA 94705


September 27th, 2008 - March 27th, 2009
Opening: 
September 27th, 2008 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
 
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Sunday-Wednesday 11am - 4pm Thursday 11am - 8pm
TAGS:  
traditional, digital, mixed-media
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Regular Admission. Atheon Project is free.
> DESCRIPTION

 

WINDOWS | THE ATHEON PROJECT: A TEMPLE OF SCIENCE FOR RATIONAL BELIEF

September 27, 2008 – February 1, 2009

2222 Harold Way, Berkeley

This new installation by artist Jonathon Keats, located in four windows of the Magnes’ downtown Berkeley site on Harold Way, depicts NASA-generated imagery of the universe’s early years. The installation is accompanied by a musical composition written by Keats, accessible via cell phone and a website with additional collaborative projects.

 

META/DATA | NOMI TALISMAN

September 27, 2008 – March 27, 2009

On view at www.magnes.org

Gallery Talk with Nomi Talisman, Sunday, October 26, 2008 at 2:00pm

Nomi Talisman is the first artist invited to create a project for META/DATA, a new series of web-based, digital art projects with the objective of telling the story of the Magnes and its collections. Talisman’s project will provide visitors to the Magnes website with a nonlinear navigational web interface that will artistically interpret the Museum’s collection.

 

MEMORY LAB

Ongoing, beginning September 28, 2008

2911 Russell St.

Memory Lab is an interactive installation that allows the visitor to create digital family albums and exhibitions based on their own documents, photographs, and memories. MemoryMiner® software makes digital story-telling easy and fun, and it facilitates the discovery of the threads connecting people’s lives across time and place.

 

PROJECTIONS

Ongoing, beginning September 28, 2008

2911 Russell St.

Multimedia works from the museum’s extensive collections of archival, documentary, and experimental films.


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