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Library at the 21st Century
Anno, Kim
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California College of the Arts Libraries
CCA/C Archives
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A show of art and performance put together by Kim Anno's Art Lab (undergraduate Interdisciplinary Studio class). Students from this class explore an expansion of the function of the library as a site for art and design using research elements, codes, signs, and images present in the library itself. How does the pursuit of knowledge include studio practice? Meyer Library on CCA's Oakland campus became a laboratory and an exhibition space for creative experiments. And a live staged reading of a play was presented in the Simpson Library on the San Francisco campus.
born digital
sculptures, performance, book display

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