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Past Events
Sep 15
3PM
Take Part: Collective AestheticsSFMOMA, Public Knowledge Library, Floor 2
151 Third St., San Francisco, CA 94103
September 15th, 2018 3-4:30PM
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In an examination of shared and continuing histories, artist collective Bik Van der Pol (AIR ’18) is working with a massive, 3-D scale model of San Francisco created by the Works Progress Administration in the late 1930s. They will bring parts of the model to San Francisco Public Library neighborhood branches in early 2019 to catalyze discussion about the past, present, and future of the city as part of their project, Take Part. In this discussion, the artists talk with local experts about the model’s production, archiving, and reassembly as a practice of “collective aesthetics.”
Sep 22
10AM
Added Value: An Alternative Book Sale (Day One)San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Public Spaces
151 Third Street, San Francisco, CA 94103
September 22nd, 2018 10AM-5PM
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“Added Value” is a temporary vending project organized by Stephanie Syjuco in conjunction with SFMoMA’s Public Knowledge initiative, and with participation from The Friends of the San Francisco Public Library, The Prelinger Library and the collaborative artist team Related Tactics. Over the course of three days, the museum’s Schwab Hall will be transformed into a massive public book sale, featuring a radical re-organization of thousands of used books, with all sales proceeds going to benefit the San Francisco Public Library. A program of screenings, talks, and commissioned artist projects involving the manipulation and transformation of books-as-knowledge will activate the Public Knowledge Library and the Wattis Theater.
Sep 23
10AM
Added Value: An Alternative Book Sale (Day Two)San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Public Spaces
151 Third Street, San Francisco, CA 94103
September 23rd, 2018 10AM-5PM
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“Added Value” is a temporary vending project organized by Stephanie Syjuco in conjunction with SFMoMA’s Public Knowledge initiative, and with participation from The Friends of the San Francisco Public Library, The Prelinger Library and the collaborative artist team Related Tactics. Over the course of three days, the museum’s Schwab Hall will be transformed into a massive public book sale, featuring a radical re-organization of thousands of used books, with all sales proceeds going to benefit the San Francisco Public Library. A program of screenings, talks, and commissioned artist projects involving the manipulation and transformation of books-as-knowledge will activate the Public Knowledge Library and the Wattis Theater.