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Friday, January 20, 2012
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

MOCA Cleveland exhibit: 8501 to 11400 (On Moving)

In anticipation of moving our galleries from 8501 Carnegie Avenue to our new home at 11400 Euclid Avenue in University Circle, MOCA Cleveland?s final season at its current location will conclude with a group exhibition aptly titled 8501 to 11400 (On Moving).

New commissioned drawings, photographs, performance and site-specific installation work by three regional artists?Corrie Slawson, Ben Kinsley and Brandon Juhasz?will explore the literal and philosophical implications of moving. Each artist presents a distinct perspective on MOCA?s past, present and future through broader considerations of history, community, ritual and change. 

Corrie Slawson's website: http://corrieslawson.com/

Ben Kinsley's website: http://benkinsley.com/

Brandon Juhasz's website: http://brandonjuhasz.com/

In anticipation of moving our galleries from 8501 Carnegie Avenue to our new home at 11400 Euclid Avenue in University Circle, MOCA Cleveland?s final season at its current location will conclude with a group exhibition aptly titled 8501 to 11400 (On Moving). New commissioned drawings, photographs, performance and site-specific installation work by three regional artists?Corrie Slawson, Ben Kinsley and Brandon Juhasz?will explore the literal and philosophical implications of moving. Each artist presents a distinct perspective on MOCA?s past, present and future through broader considerations of history, community, ritual and change.  Corrie Slawson's website: http://corrieslawson.com/ Ben Kinsley's website: http://benkinsley.com/ Brandon Juhasz's website: http://brandonjuhasz.com/

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