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The Surface of the World: Architecture and the Moving Image

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The Surface of the World: Architecture and the Moving Image
June 6-August 27, 2014
Museum of Contemporary Art and Design

Museum of Contemporary Art and Design presents

"The Surface of the World: Architecture and the Moving Image"

This exhibition, curated by Clare Carolin (former curator at the ModernArt Oxford, the National Touring Exhibitions, and Hayward Gallery, London), brings together the fields of architecture and film for the first time under one roof – giving students and the general public a great opportunity to study the range of technology in both fields and to see its ever-widening influence in society. The exhibition will feature video-based artworks that work within the idea of the moving image and investigate a range of filmographic practices: video works, installations and that of shorts and full-length films.

The Surface of the World will bring together twelve artists of diverse nationalities, all of whom are well-known in the international art world. Coming from the lines of art video practitioners and filmmakers, these artists have taken part in major international exhibitions (Tacita Dean and John Gerrard, Venice Biennale) and have won major awards (Apichatpong Weeraseethakul, Palm d’or, Cannes Film Festival, 2010; Elizabeth Price, Turner Prize, 2012) for their works.

The Surface of the World will open on 6 June, Friday, and run until 27 August.


Museum of Contemporary Art and Design
950 Pablo Ocampo Sr. St.,
1004 Manila

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