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2000-11-12 until 2001-02-11
Museum of Contemporary Art, LA
Los Angeles, CA,
Flight Patterns explores the tradition and history of
landscape representation by Pacific Rim artists whose work
addresses topography and myth. Although the exhibition will
focus primarily on Los Angeles– and California-based
artists, it will also include work by artists from Australia,
New Zealand, and other Asian Pacific countries.
different approaches such as formal photographic treatments,
conceptual pieces exploring cultural history, and
issue-oriented art that address complex environmental
concerns, Flight Patterns will present both new works by
emerging artists and prominent works by more established
artists. The exhibition is organized by MOCA associate
curator Connie Butler and is accompanied by a fully
illustrated catalogue with texts from Butler, Lee Weng Choy,
and Francis Pound.
Flight Patterns and its accompanying publication are
sponsored in part by the Fellows of Contemporary Art.
Additional support has been provided by Audrey M. Irmas,
Creative New Zealand, The MOCA Projects Council, and the
New Media Project. Promotional support has been provided
by KLON-FM 88.1.