FREE WIFI Reviewed in the East Bay Express

“About a month before The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles dumped Paul Schimmel, its lauded head curator of 22 years, a smaller but similarly ugly incident occurred: at the B.Y.O.B. (bring your own beamer, or projector) event of the museum’s multimedia exhibition Transmission LA, artist Chris Silva found his projection, “Up a Wall,” blocked. According to Silva, one of the event organizers then informed him that his work, which featured a Peugeot racecar, was not to the liking of one of the event’s corporate sponsors, Mercedes-Benz…”

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