3.20.2007

MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART SAN DIEGO PRESENTS POEM LINES ON PHONE LINES, FEATURING WORKS BY BINATIONAL WOMEN ARTISTS AND WRITERS



WHAT: Artists and writers from Tijuana and San Diego's La Línea (The Line), an interdisciplinary artist collective, will be featured on MCASD's phone system now through March 2007.



*Poem Lines on Phone Lines will feature artists/writers Abril Castro, Jennifer Donovan, Jen Hofer, Kara Lynch, Lorena Mancilla, and Margarita Valencia Triana individually during the fall and winter months.



*Each of the participating women has recorded her own poems for listeners to hear, with a new featured poet each month.



*Simply dial 858 454 3541 x9 to listen to La Línea’s experimental literature either from any phone or as part of an extended Museum experience from phones set up in the galleries at MCASD La Jolla.



* La Línea is a binational feminist collective of women writers, artists, and theorists, founded in 2002 with the self-titled, collaborative publication.



*This project is in conjunction with the exhibition TRANSactions: Contemporary Latin American and Latino Art.



*Interviews with participating artists and writers can be arranged by calling 858 454 3541 x116.



WHEN: Now through March 2007

WHERE: On phone lines everywhere and in the galleries at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, La Jolla, 700 Prospect Street



For more information, call 858 454 3541 (media contacts use x119) or visit www.mcasd.org.

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