The Art of Citizen Space Exploration Exhibit Comes to Lancaster


For anyone who missed this art exhibit when it was down in Riverside, you can now catch it at the Museum of Art and History in Lancaster starting on Saturday.

August 3, 2013 – October 13, 2013
First Floor
| Main Gallery

Public reception Saturday, August 3, 4-6pm.

Free Enterprise: The Art of Citizen Space Exploration is the first contemporary art exhibition in the U.S. to present an international array of artists and organizations who are exploring the potential democratization of space exploration and the intersection between artistic production and civilian space travel. The possibility of fulfilling the human dream to fly into space has been encouraged by a major political and cultural shift away from state-sponsored space activities—which are controlled by agencies such as NASA in the USA, ESA in Europe, and RKA in Russia —towards a private enterprise model. The presentation of Free Enterprise at MOAH is a scaled down version from its original presentation at UCR ARTSblock, the originator of the exhibition. Curated by Tyler Stallings and Marko Peljhan.

A variety of media will be represented: drawing, photography, video, sculpture, painting, and artifacts by: The Arts Catalyst (London, U.K.), Lowry Burgess (Pittsburgh, PA), Center for Land Use Interpretation (Culver City, CA), Richard Clar (Paris/Los Angeles), Skeith De Wine (Santa Ana, CA), Kitsou Dubois (Paris), Final Frontier Design (New York), MIR – Microgravity Interdisciplinary Research (international participants), Forrest Myers (New York), Carrie Paterson (Los Angeles), Connie Samaras (Los Angeles), and XCOR Aerospace, Inc. (Mojave, CA).