MoMa PS1
Music is a Better Noise (B&W), 2007, Unframed

The Music is a Better Noise exhibition brought together musicians who make art and artists who make music, or for whom music is an integral part of their creative process. The exhibition, which played out in two parts in MoMA PS1’s first floor Drawing and Painting Galleries, also included a video program. The title of the exhibition was taken from a 1979 song by the English post-punk group Essential Logic, led by teenage saxophonist Lora Logic and was curated by Bob Nikas. MoMA PS1 was founded in 1971 by Alanna Heiss—its function was as an exhibition space rather than a collecting institution. Silkscreen Print Special edition designed by Kayrock Screenprinting 25 × 19 inches unframed
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