Excited to share that The Getty just announced that Ken's and my new exhibition will be part of their PST Art: Art & Science Collide initiative at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles opening fall of 2024.
This new exhibition builds off both of our work: my films and Human Nature artwork and Ken's work at the intersection of art & science. You can watch The Getty's video about the initiative here, and read about it in The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, and Flaunt Magazine.
Southern California’s landmark arts event, Pacific Standard Time, returns in September 2024 with more than 50 exhibitions from museums and other institutions across the region, all exploring the intersections of art and science, both past and present. Dozens of cultural, scientific, and community organizations will join the latest edition, PST ART: Art & Science Collide, with exhibitions on subjects ranging from ancient cosmologies to Indigenous sci-fi, and from environmental justice to artificial intelligence. Art & Science Collide will share groundbreaking research, create indelible experiences for the public, and generate new ways of understanding our complex world. Art & Science Collide follows Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA (September 2017–January 2018), which presented a paradigm-shifting examination of Latin American and Latinx art, and Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. 1945–1980 (October 2011–March 2012), which rewrote the history of the birth and impact of the L.A. art scene. PST ART is a Getty initiative. For more information about PST ART: Art & Science Collide, visit: pst.art