Posts filed under ‘Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba’

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iPhone photo from the outside of the museum- new sign!

iPhone photo from the outside of the museum- new sign!

In an effort to be more visible from the street, we put up a new banner sign for the Breathing is Free: 12,756.3 exhibition. The deep green color looks great and perks things up a bit outside.  Just come in down the main stairs and you’ll find us! Jun’s project runs through April 25th.

-diane

January 26, 2009 at 11:52 pm

Let’s Get it Started!

12,756.3

Breathing is Free: 12,756.3

We at ASU Art Museum are excited to get our new season underway! Our first exhibition opening this Saturday, January 24, is an important refugee memorial project titled Breathing is Free: 12,756.3; New Work by Jun Nguyen-Hatshushiba. This project has a number of components including video, photography, maps and more, but takes its title from the distance of the diameter of the earth (12,756.3 km), which the artist is physically running in installments in different cities around the globe. He plans to run in Arizona in April 2009, but the museum exhibition begins on Saturday and runs through April 25, 2009.

Nguyen-Hatsushiba is known internationally for his video art, some of which is included in this current exhibition. Below is a(n iPhone) photo of the gallery in progress- those are video screens stretched across the wall.

12,756.3 installation in progress

The museum is now open Tuesday: 11am – 8pm, and Wednesday – Saturday: 11am – 5pm. We’re closed Sunday and Monday. Free parking is available outside the Ceramics Research Center in marked spaces – just be sure you sign in at the museum if you park there. :)

We’re looking forward to a great season. We hope to see you here!

[And don’t forget – you can still submit your short film for the 13th Annual Short Film & Video Festival through February 6!]

-diane

January 21, 2009 at 9:49 pm


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