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100% Other: Artists and Psycho-Demographic Transitions

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100% Other: Artists and Psycho-Demographic Transitions
Curated by: Tyler Stallings

1639 18th St.
Santa Monica, CA 90404
April 12th, 2008 - June 13th, 2008
Opening: April 12th, 2008 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://www.18thstreet.org
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
santa monica/venice
EMAIL:  
office@18thstreet.org
PHONE:  
(310) 453-3711
OPEN HOURS:  
Mon-Fri 11-5:30
TAGS:  
Political, Art, contemporary, conceptual, installation, video
COST:  
Free
CHILDREN:  
This event is appropriate for children

DESCRIPTION

“100% OTHER: ARTISTS AND PSYCHO-DEMOGRAPHIC TRANSITIONS” continues yearlong examination of electoral issues at 18th Street Arts Center In this election year, who will vote, who will be counted, who won’t be, who will be left out – and what will be the impact on the future of the nation?

18th Street Arts Center delves into these and other questions in “100% Other: Artists and Psycho-Demographic Transitions,” an art exhibition that tracks the connections and separations between our changing cultural landscape and our oftentimes lagging civic outcomes. The exhibition, which opens April 12 and continues through June 13, forms the second part of “Future of Nations,” 18th Street’s yearlong examination of issues related to the 2008 presidential campaign. It is curated by Tyler Stallings and includes works by Matthew Bryant, Cheryl Gilge, Perry Vasquez, Reggie Woolery, and Yasuko, as well as “Rich,” an installation in the project room by Kyungmi Shin, 18th Street 2008 artist fellow.

18th Street programs are supported (in part) by the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Australia Council for the Arts, California Community Foundation, Durfee Foundation, James Irvine Foundation, Jumex Foundation, L.A. County Arts Commission, National Endowment for the Arts, Peter Norton Family Foundation, Santa Monica Department of Cultural Affairs Division, and the Trust for Mutual Understanding. Other promotions by Artillery Magazine and Tu ciudad Magazine.