2.25.2004

Free Public Programs at the Hammer Museum this week feature artists EDGAR ARCENEAUX, ROBERT GOBER, and electronic literature authors DEENA LARSEN and GENIWATE.

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Gallery Talk

EDGAR ARCENEAUX

Thursday, February 26
6pm

Edgar Arcenaux discusses his current Hammer Project exhibition, Drawings of Removal. The exhibition closes this Sunday - don't miss this opportunity to hear Arceneaux speak about his remarkable installation that uses the Museum's gallery as an active studio-space for this ongoing work in progress.

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UCLA Department of Art Lecture Series

ROBERT GOBER

Thursday, February 26
7pm

Acclaimed sculptor Robert Gober has been exhibiting his work internationally to great critical acclaim. He represented the United States at the2001 Venice Biennale, and has had large scale exhibitions at The Geffen Contemporary, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; the Dia Center for the Arts, New York; and the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis; among many others.

This UCLA Visiting Artist Lecture is made possible through the generous support of the William D. Feldman Family Endowed Art Lecture Fund.

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Hammer Readings: hyper_text

DEENA LARSEN and GENIWATE

Friday, February 27
7pm

Deena Larsen is the author of two interactive narratives, "Marble Springs" and "Samples: Nine Viscous Little Hypertexts."
Geniwate lives in Melbourne, Australia. Her collaborative project Poetry Machines, a website joining programmers and writers, is scheduled for release this month. She has served on the Australian Network of Art and Technology and
her work has been exhibited at Brooklyn Academy of Music in New York.

hyper_text: Explorations in Electronic Literature is presented in collaboration with The Electronic Literature Organization (www.eliterature.org)

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All events are FREE OF CHARGE

Reservations are not required
Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis

Easy parking below the Museum, $3

For more information please call 310.443.7000
or visit www.hammer.ucla.edu.

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