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Ocula ReportMade in L.A. 2018 at the Hammer Museum12 Jul 2018 : Perwana Nazif for Ocula{{document.location.href}}
For its fourth iteration of Made in L.A.—the Hammer Museum's biennial exhibition exclusively showing works by Los Angeles-based artists—curator Anne Ellegood and assistant curator Erin Christovale assert that there is no theme. Hence, the title: Made in L.A. 2018. The exhibition, which runs from 3 June to 2 September 2018, includes a...
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Ocula ConversationRaquel Ormella{{document.location.href}}
In Raquel Ormella's installation City without crows (2018), an animation shows a crow repeatedly launching itself at the bars of its cage, cawing and hitting its head again and again. Ormella says the film is about being in a pet market in Yogyakarta, where she saw a recently caught bird—she could tell because it hadn't yet learnt it couldn't...
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Ocula ReportEVA International: Ireland’s Biennial Talks About Power6 Jul 2018 : Stephanie Bailey for Ocula{{document.location.href}}
If Koyo Kouoh's 37th EVA International took the Easter Rising of 1916 as its starting point, marking the beginning of a revolutionary period that culminated in the establishment of the Irish Free State in 1922, then Inti Guerrero's follow-up edition continues the trajectory. With no title, the 38th edition of EVA International (14 April–8 July...
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Ocula ConversationRaquel Ormella{{document.location.href}}
In Raquel Ormella's installation City without crows (2018), an animation shows a crow repeatedly launching itself at the bars of its cage, cawing and hitting its head again and again. Ormella says the film is about being in a pet market in Yogyakarta, where she saw a recently caught bird—she could tell because it hadn't yet learnt it couldn't...
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Ocula ReportMade in L.A. 2018 at the Hammer Museum12 Jul 2018 : Perwana Nazif for Ocula{{document.location.href}}
For its fourth iteration of Made in L.A.—the Hammer Museum's biennial exhibition exclusively showing works by Los Angeles-based artists—curator Anne Ellegood and assistant curator Erin Christovale assert that there is no theme. Hence, the title: Made in L.A. 2018. The exhibition, which runs from 3 June to 2 September 2018, includes a...
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Ocula ConversationSriwhana Spong{{document.location.href}}
Sriwhana Spong's first solo museum exhibition in New Zealand, a hook but no fish, at the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery (12 May–22 July 2018) explores a unique language—the Lingua Ignota (Latin for 'unknown language')—used by a medieval female German mystic, abbess, composer, and writer Hildegard von Bingen. Since its first showing earlier...
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Ocula ReportEVA International: Ireland’s Biennial Talks About Power6 Jul 2018 : Stephanie Bailey for Ocula{{document.location.href}}
If Koyo Kouoh's 37th EVA International took the Easter Rising of 1916 as its starting point, marking the beginning of a revolutionary period that culminated in the establishment of the Irish Free State in 1922, then Inti Guerrero's follow-up edition continues the trajectory. With no title, the 38th edition of EVA International (14 April–8 July...
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