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Dominic Molon

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If It Be Your Will   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Susan Philipsz at Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) February 26th, 2011 - June 12th, 2011
Posted 4/18/11
Tucked away in a corner of the Museum of Contemporary Art’s fourth floor is We Shall Be All (2011), a commissioned installation by the Turner Prize-winning artist Susan Philipsz. While Philipsz is widely billed as a “sound artist” the medium listed as you enter the gallery is 35mm film transferred to DVD.  This multi-step process seems a bit excessive because for the majority of the piece’s eight-minute duration the projector projects nothing.  What we see rather than the blackness of the sustaine... [more]
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Studio Visits   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Group Exhibition at Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) February 6th, 2010 - May 30th, 2010
Posted 2/22/10
      “Production Site: The Artist’s Studio Inside-Out” at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) along with the other exhibitions and events in the yearlong civic event is predicated on a cliché: the artist’s studio. This is as much acknowledged in the colorful photocopies pinned to the wall outside the exhibition. The timeline begins with the famous Rembrandt, The Painter in His Studio and ends with Maude from the Coen Brother’s The Big Lebowski. Why an exhibition, much less a citywide cele... [more]
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Alienated Production   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Liam Gillick at Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) October 10th, 2009 - January 10th, 2010
Posted 10/19/09
    "Three Perspectives and a Short Scenario" is the midcareer survey of New York and London-based artist Liam Gillick. The show takes on the idea of what a mid-career survey is, as its subject. In dealing with institutions Gillick has a propensity for problematizing the relationship between artist and venue. For each stop of the exhibition, he “gifted” half of the space back to the venue. This forced the interactions between artist and curator out into the open. Gillick contributed four elements, ... [more]
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