- May 26, 2007 - fall 2007
Made at MASS MoCA is a documentary project exploring the issues raised in the course of complex collaborative projects between artists and institutions. The exhibition examines some of the many ways in which MASS MoCA has worked with a wide range of visual and performing artists over more than a decade. In addition to serving as a presenter — the conventional role of museums — MASS MoCA is also a fabricator of large-scale works, a host of extended artist residencies, and a collaborator and co-producer. The exhibition looks at the implications of those roles and relationships and how they are relevant to the making and distribution of art today.
Made at MASS MoCA gives visitors insight into how major works of art take shape and what it means to describe MASS MoCA as an open platform for research and development in the arts.
photo by Douglas Mason