September 18th, 2012
Exhibit: loop at MoCADA.


Wilmer Wilson

loop // experimental works in and out of the diaspora.
Curated by Jessica N. Bell and Terence Nance
September 6, 2012 – October 7, 2012

To loop, in its most distilled expression, is to enfold or encircle. In cultural production, the act of looping is a decision to reintroduce images and sounds within a spectrum of time. loop will highlight young artists who engage Diaspora at the periphery and center, using video and sound as their primary means of art making.

Thursday September 20th at 6pm
In connection with loop they will be screening the groundbreaking oeuvres of Sun Ra and Edward BlandSpace Is The Place and The Cry of Jazz.

Still from Black Mask by Wilmer Wilson IV, single channel video, 2012.

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