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ArtFarm PHX, ASU Art Museum and Practical Art present Roadside Attraction: Now it’s Political, a performance and video night outside at the ASU Art Museum. This is the second in a series of self-directed, Valleywide exhibitions, presented to allow everyone to experience timely and engaging art. ArtFarm PHX is committed to providing opportunities for all artists, representing diverse communities, to exhibit their work in alternative spaces and multiple locations, accessible to the widest range of people possible.
Mask-on, outdoor performance, installation: 6–7 p.m.
Video: 7–9 p.m.
This program is part of Pilot Projects, an institutional initiative that emerged from the ASU Art Museum’s unique ability as a university art museum to be adaptive and experimental. Arising from the pandemic along with a nationwide call for museums to address racial and social justice within their walls, Pilot Projects serves as a vehicle that lets art and artists represent the issues of our time. While the museum has had a long-standing commitment to social justice, this particular moment urges us to prototype a series of tactics that can lead to innovative solutions and position artists at the center of these conversations.
Image courtesy of artist Saskia Jorda.