Episode 159: Bay Area Now 5

September 13, 2008 · Print This Article

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This week Brian and Patricia head over to Yerba Buena Center for the Arts to check out Bay Area Now 5, a triennial of local contemporary art. Joining the round table discussion are curators Berin Golonu, Valerie Imus, and Taraneh Hemami, as well as participating artists Ian McDonald, Edmundo de Marcheno, and Jonn Herschend.

YBCA’s fifth triennial exhibition of Bay Area art explores questions around how to re-imagine a regional survey in the midst of globalization. What continues to draw artists here and makes the Bay Area a unique place to live and work when more and more of us are traversing the globe and becoming international citizens? How does the physical geography of the Bay, both natural and constructed, influence the Bay Area as a site of artistic production?

How does the history of this region, including its legacy of social activism, shape Bay Area residents’ understanding of themselves and the rest of the world’s notion of this place? What are the contrasts between the myths, ideals and realities of the Bay Area and the aspirations of its residents? The Bay Area Now 5 survey exhibition asks these questions to explore the many ways artists are influenced by their experiences both inside and outside of the Bay Area.
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
Bay Area Now 5
Berin Golonu
Valerie Imus
Taraneh Hemami
Ian McDonald
Edmundo de Marcheno
Jonn Herschend
Kate Eilertsen
James Goode
Alison Pebworth
Michael Swaine
Reza Aramesh
Leila Pazooki
Gita Hashemi
Gavin Newsom
Mitchell Brothers O’Farrell Theater
Fatty Arbuckle
Frank Norris
The Vagina Monologues
Jessica Tully
Adrienne Rich
Paul Schiek
Neil Young
Ginger Wolfe-Suarez

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One Response to “Episode 159: Bay Area Now 5”

  1. Funny:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LFE2CCfAP1o

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