Thursday, September 12, 2013

Pattern Recognition at MoCADA

Pattern Recognition, MoCADA

While we haven't done a formal study, we're pretty sure that the Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts (MoCADA) ranks as one of the city's tiniest museums. Located on a residential corner in Fort Greene, MoCADA makes the most of the space it has. These days, that means Pattern Recognition, mixed media work by five emerging artists, all of whom traffic in abstraction. Your eye can't help but send set signals to your brain as you look, struggling to make meaning out of the information it receives, which is kind of the point.  

Pattern Recognition, MoCADA

Pattern Recognition, MoCADA

Pattern Recognition, MoCADA

Pattern Recognition, MoCADA

Pattern Recognition, MoCADA

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