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Members’ Opening Reception
Liz Glynn The Archaeology of Another Possible Future

 

In MASS MoCA’s largest former factory space, Liz Glynn takes viewers on a labyrinthine journey from an analog, industrial past to an uncertain technological future, moving through towering caves made from forklift pallets to a network of 3-D printers connected by catwalks that are suspended a precarious 14 feet above the ground.

Please join us on October 7 to explore and celebrate Glynn’s exhibition in Building 5.

RSVP by September 29 to 413.664.4481 x 8112 or members@massmoca.org.

Please join us afterward for a concert in Club B10 with Ani Cordero at 8pm.

Liz Glynn, Household Activities (Average minutes per day, F/M, 2015), 2017
Cast pigmented cement
Two elements: 16 × 16 × 64 inches / 16 × 16 × 40 inches

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