On Non-Alignment and Non-Polarity
Until October 31, 2020
Curators: Susan Aparicio and Nathaniel Whitfield
Artists: kelechi agwuncha ● Anika Ahuja ● Rachel Ashton ● Claire Chambless ● Woohee Cho ● Kevin Claiborne ● Ian Dolton-Thornton ● Anietie Ekanem ● Jenny Eom ● Alexis Gautier ● stephanie mei huang ● Sonia Knop ● Miguel Monroy ● Małgorzata Mycek ● Silvi Naçi ● Mariana Parisca ● Grace Phillips ● Guava Rhee ● Laurie Robins ● Shirin Towfiq ● Miko Veldkamp ● Gosia Wojas ● Evelyn Hang Yin ● Tania Zaidi
The UCLA Department of Art New Wight Biennial is an exhibition curated by the Department of Art graduate students and features graduate students from art programs around the world. This year the exhibition focuses on the contemporary resonances of the Non-Aligned Movement. It engages with how the political project of Non-Alignment finds itself articulated in the aesthetic, formal, social, economic and political articulations of contemporary art today. This year the exhibition will be entirely online and accompanied by a series of panels, workshops and talks accessible through zoom.
Please check the exhibition website oncemorewithfeeling.art.ucla.edu for the most current schedule and registration information.
PANELS & EVENTS
All programming will be via Zoom, registration may be required
All times are PDT
Between (moderated by Arushi Singh & Christina Novakov-Ritchey)
Oct 10th, 12pm
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Within (moderated by Darla Migan & Luce de Lire)
Oct 17th, 11am
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Outside (moderated by manuel arturo-abreu and Hannah Black)
Oct 24th, 12pm
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Around (moderated by Triwi Harjito & Ana Stojanovic)
Oct 31, 11am
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SUNDAY MANIFESTO WORKSHOP
Hope as Discipline: A Manifesto Workshop
(by Gosia Wojas, Silvi Naçi and Ana Baginski)
Oct 11th and Oct 25th, 12-3pm
Register for the workshop here: https://forms.gle/QMn3CqbzngC681j86
PERFORMANCES AND TALKS
Oct 9th, 7PM
REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT (manuel arturo-abreu)
In compliance with orders from Los Angeles County, the Broad Art Center, including the New Wight Gallery, remain closed to the public due to COVID-19.
For more information, call (310) 825-0557
The exhibition program of the New Wight Gallery is made possible by the generous support of Dallas Price-Van Breda.
As a land grant institution, the Department of Art at UCLA acknowledges the Gabrielino/Tongva peoples as the traditional land caretakers of Tovaangar (Los Angeles basin, Southern Channel Islands).