UFORA'S IMAGINARY MUSEUM
Museum without walls
ABOUT IMAGINARY MUSEUM
It was Jean-Jacques Rousseau who first suggested the idea of a “universal festival,” and Foucault who later described it. But not until You First in 2008 were these visions made a reality by the participation of a cadre of idiosyncratic non-conformists from the nation's top art schools who – in a wide-ranging October exhibition – forever shifted the discourse toward art’s farthest shores.
UFORA'S IMAGINARY MUSEUM is a project exploring symbioses and adversity of cultural spaces and modes of artistic expressions of sociocene, capitalocene in the era of the colonization of the universe.
Open Calls/Solo & Group Shows
Since 2008 in collaboration with Orange County Center for Contemporary Art and other art organizations UFORA conducted interviews with artists, curated international shows and events, participated in group exhibitions, published and designed artists catalogs and books, wrote and designed open calls for art, organized art workshops, and created videos. Enjoy a few samples below.