For five nights, curator Joshua Oduga presents Central Server, a curatorial residency at PAM Residencies. Central Server is a physical/digital curatorial platform Oduga founded in 2018 to push the boundaries of what art and community can work in tandem to achieve.
Central Server will host performances, video screenings, encounters with visual art and discussions curated by Joshua Oduga. Encounters amongst the political, aesthetic and poetic stakes of the work of 19 artists will be presented during the five-night series. Many of the artists featured in these nights are members of the inaugural cohort, FORUM at TAM, which has a full exhibition opening at TAM Torrance Art Museum Saturday, December 1.
11/28 Night 3: Tactile Encounters
Works of object based artists paired with artist performances. The artists involved in this night do not normally function as collective units. Interactions between performer and object signal a deeper sense of collaboration than any planned collusion.
Artists: Sean Cully, Philip Koscak, Kate Sikorsky, Iain Muirhead, Tu Nguyen, Joshua Oduga
Single night event: November 28th, 2018
Reception: Wednesday, November 28th, 2018 from 8:30-10:30pm