MOCA by Moonlight features a panel discussion with Haitian-born artist Rick Ulysse and Miami-based Icelandic artist Magnus Sigurdarson who will both speak about their work and upcoming Trading Places 2 projects.
Bonnie Clearwater, Executive Director and Chief Curator of the Museum of Contemporary Art, selected five Miami artists to participate in the second installment of Trading Places 2, MOCA’s experimental program in which artists will swap their studio spaces for spaces in MOCA’s galleries from September 13 through November 11.
The emphasis of Trading Places 2 is on the research and development of projects. In addition to studio space in the museum’s galleries, this program provides the artists with materials, technical assistants, and opportunities to interact, respond to and investigate each others’ practices and engage in periodic discussions with the public.
The artists will speak about their work and upcoming Trading Places 2 projects on Wednesday evenings in July.
Trading Places 2 is made possible by MOCA’s Knight Exhibition Endowment. MOCA by Moonlight is sponsored by Stephanie and Tom Bloom.
Admission is free for MOCA members, North Miami residents and City of North Miami employees; $3 for seniors and students with ID.