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Stan Douglas: Luanda-Kinshasa | Opening at Plug In ICA

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Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art

Winnipeg, MB

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Free.

Offered in English.

Wheelchair accessible and has gender-neutral washrooms.

About

Join Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art for the exhibition opening of Luanda-Kinshasa by Stan Douglas from 7-11pm September 28, 2019. Luanda-Kinshasa is a six hour film installation by the renowned Vancouver-based artist, Stan Douglas, set in a reconstruction of the legendary Columbia 30th Street Studio, which was based in Midtown Manhattan and the site to some of the most celebrated musical recordings of the twentieth century such as Bob Dylan’s Highway 61 Revisited, Glenn Gould’s Goldberg Variations, and numerous Miles Davis albums.

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Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art

Established in 1972, Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art is Canada’s oldest ICA with a holistic mandate to support all aspects of art-making by presenting, producing and circulating contemporary art through research, exhibitions, publications, education, outreach and advocacy. Plug In ICA continually addresses itself to these core questions: what is contemporary art, how does it function in and define community, and what is its social value?

Contact

Nasrin Himada

nasrin@plugin.org

204-942-1043

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