On Monday, artist Xaviera Simmons started a series of performative actions at MoMA. As part of her project, Archive as Impetus, Xaviera and others present images and perform texts from MoMA’s history with politics.  From feminism to Occupy Museums,  Xaviera draws a line of MoMA’s political narrative from its inception in 1929 to today. 

You can see Xaviera in the Gund Lobby from 11-4pm on Mondays, in the Sculpture Garden on Thursdays at 3 and 4pm, and finally on Friday in and around the museum through June!  Free with museum admission.

This project is part of Artists Experiment

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