legacy: more to the story
an art-based AUDIO EXPERIENCE
Curator of the Legacy exhibition Danielle Deery answers, "How did you create this exhibition from 25 years of OMA's history?"
Entrance to the exhibition Legacy: 25 Years of Art and Community, The Early Years.
Artwork pictured left to right by Sandra Chanis, Burt Tysinger, and James Hubbell (two artworks on the right).
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Click on the links below to hear directly from a selection of artists, curators, and collectors about their experiences with the artwork featured.
Current OMA executive director answers, "What did you want to communicate about the museum through this exhibition?"
Artist Benjamin Lavendar answers, "What are the "roots" of this artwork (how did it come to be)?"
Guest curator and collector Doug Simay answers, "Who is the vibrant personality behind this immense painting?"
Former OMA executive director Daniel Foster answers, "How did OMA create a show that ultimately travelled to Italy?"
Guest curator of Spitting in the Wind David Hampton answers, "How significant were San Diego's contributions to mid-century conceptual art?"
Artist Gloria Muriel answers, "What is the symbolism behind the Ojo de Dios?"
Artist Norma Pizarro answers, "How is this artwork still so relevant 25 years after it was created?"
Guest curator Mark-Elliott Lugo answers, "What inspired Faiya Fredman to create these mystical works?"
Artist James Enos answers, "Is this sculpture, architecture, or an exploration into something indefinable?"
Founding executive director Skip Pahl answers, "Tell us about one of the most significant exhibitions in the early years of the museum?"
Artist Sandra Chanis answers, "How does the creation of this sculpture connect with your work on as one of OMA's founder's?"