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SEPTEMBER 10, 2016–JANUARY 15, 2017


THE GEFFEN CONTEMPORARY AT MOCA


DOUG AITKEN: ELECTRIC EARTH IS ORGANIZED BY MOCA DIRECTOR PHILIPPE VERGNE, WITH WENDY STARK CURATORIAL FELLOW ANNA KATZ. LEAD SUPPORT IS PROVIDED BY THE ANNENBERG FOUNDATION, THE ELI AND EDYTHE BROAD FOUNDATION, AILEEN GETTY FOUNDATION, EUGENIO LOPEZ, LUMA FOUNDATION, MAURICE MARCIANO, CAROLYN POWERS, AND FONDAZIONE SANDRETTO RE REBAUDENGO.


MAJOR SUPPORT IS PROVIDED BY MANDY AND CLIFF EINSTEIN, MIMI AND PETER HAAS FUND, AND PANASONIC. GENEROUS SUPPORT IS PROVIDED BY JILL AND PETER KRAUS, THE NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS, MARIA SEFERIAN, AND JULIA STOSCHEK FOUNDATION E. V., DÜSSELDORF. ADDITIONAL SUPPORT IS PROVIDED BY JULIET MCIVER, EILEEN AND PETER MICHAEL, AND DAVID AND ANGELLA NAZARIAN. SUPPORTERS OF THE EXHIBITION CATALOGUE INCLUDE 303 GALLERY, GALERIE EVA PRESENHUBER, REGEN PROJECTS, AND VICTORIA MIRO GALLERY.


EXHIBITIONS AT MOCA ARE SUPPORTED BY THE MOCA FUND FOR EXHIBITIONS WITH LEAD ANNUAL SUPPORT PROVIDED BY DELTA AIR LINES, SHARI GLAZER, HÄSTENS, AND SYDNEY HOLLAND, FOUNDER OF THE SYDNEY D. HOLLAND FOUNDATION. GENEROUS FUNDING IS ALSO PROVIDED BY JERRI AND DR. STEVEN NAGELBERG, AND THAO NGUYEN AND ANDREAS KRAINER. IN-KIND MEDIA SUPPORT IS PROVIDED BY


, KCRW 89.9 FM, AND . Doug Aitken, migration (empire) (still), 2008, video installation with three channels of video (color, sound), three projections, three steel and pvc screen billboard sculptures, 24:28 minutes/loop, installation dimensions variable


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