live feed from SALT Beyoglu
Protocinema, Istanbul and New York.
Inaugurating the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum, Michigan State University, November 10 and 11, the museum will actively engage with the international artistic community through a series of partnerships with contemporary art spaces around the world. Works and exhibitions are presented in relationship with Global Groove 1973/2012, Nam June Paik's seminal video from 1973, as well as the jumping off point of the exhibition at The Broad MSU, of the same name, curated by Michael Rush. The Broad MSU will connect visitors via live internet feeds with Protocinema / SALT and 5533 in Istanbul; Grey Noise in Dubai; Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing; 53 Museum in Guangzhou, China; and San Art in Ho Chi Minh City.
The Broad Art Museum at MSU will fulfill its dual role as a teaching institution and as a cultural hub for the region through a program of original and traveling exhibitions, initiatives with living artists, performances, and educational offerings for students, faculty and the community. By facilitating exploration of contemporary ideas and global issues across disciplines through the lens of the artist's gaze, the museum will serve as an academic resource and a center for student and public engagement, enjoyment and multidisciplinary learning.
For complete exhibition details please visit - www.broadmuseum.msu.edu