Insititutional Art - Receivership Reading Room 'Titled, "Untitled"'

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 "...First   
Bunny died, then John Latouche,   
then Jackson Pollock. But is the   
earth as full as life was full, of them?   
And one has eaten and one walks,   
past the magazines with nudes   
and the posters for BULLFIGHT and   
the Manhattan Storage Warehouse,   
which they’ll soon tear down. I   
used to think they had the Armory   
Show there.
                A glass of papaya juice   
and back to work..."(FRANK O'HARA, A Step Away from Them)

Exhibition Photo

Language Game: Receivership

The Digital Arts and New Media (DANM) program presents Receivership, its 2019 MFA Thesis Exhibition. The exhibition represents the culmination of two years of intensive study and creative work, encompassing a range of artistic practices and approaches to the use and examination of new media. The Digital Art/New Media MFA program of UC Santa Cruz brings together the arts, digital technologies, the humanities, and the sciences to produce artworks and scholarly research that together examine culture, society, and the digital world. 

Theory: Institutional Critique

The Receivership exhibition by the MFA class of 2019 in the UC Santa Cruz Digital Arts and New Media program showcases student work while attempting critique of society, expectations on art pedagogy and markets, and the institution(s) hosting it. Institutional art seeks to be in the art scene / world / etc., while also complaining about it, in it, through it, and / or to it.

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