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Dallas Museum of Art presents Tiffany Chung: "Rise Into the Atmosphere" closing day

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Photo courtesy of Tiffany Chung

The sixth iteration of the Dallas Museum of Art’s Concourse mural series will feature an installation by Houston-based artist Tiffany Chung, who is internationally known for her diverse conceptual work and research-driven process dealing with sociopolitical issues.

Contending with issues of conflict, migration, urban progress, and transformation in relation to history and cultural memory, Chung’s practice endeavors to document and discuss the micro, hidden histories, the memory and experiences of ordinary people, that counterbalance the grand narratives produced by the state.

Her commissioned mural centers narratives of migration and movement, especially those found within Dallas, in recognition and celebration of these lived experiences. This multi-sensorial and immersive installation seeks to engage guests with poetic, sonic, and visual possibilities in sharing the stories that people carry with them.

"Rise Into the Atmosphere" was a collaboration between Tiffany Chung and 28 international participants including Omran Adrah, Jose Antonio Agüero, Ahmad Aljarrah, Julianna Banks, Drishti Bathija, Nipun Bhatnagar, Isaac Hernandez Campos, Jose Rodrigo Contreras, Sara Fakhry, Sebastián Izaciga, Robbie Koeck, Nelleke Kuipers, Yuna Lee, Meiling Liu, Ankita Mathew, Yousseff Moustafa, Mario Norton, Alliyah Qualls, Renz Ren, Randy Reynolds, Pablo Schuller, Nimrod Schwartz, Aviram Spies, Shankara Srikantan, Manos Stratis, Tala Sukkar, Edwin Toh and Lucas Zapiola.

The sixth iteration of the Dallas Museum of Art’s Concourse mural series will feature an installation by Houston-based artist Tiffany Chung, who is internationally known for her diverse conceptual work and research-driven process dealing with sociopolitical issues.

Contending with issues of conflict, migration, urban progress, and transformation in relation to history and cultural memory, Chung’s practice endeavors to document and discuss the micro, hidden histories, the memory and experiences of ordinary people, that counterbalance the grand narratives produced by the state.

Her commissioned mural centers narratives of migration and movement, especially those found within Dallas, in recognition and celebration of these lived experiences. This multi-sensorial and immersive installation seeks to engage guests with poetic, sonic, and visual possibilities in sharing the stories that people carry with them.

"Rise Into the Atmosphere" was a collaboration between Tiffany Chung and 28 international participants including Omran Adrah, Jose Antonio Agüero, Ahmad Aljarrah, Julianna Banks, Drishti Bathija, Nipun Bhatnagar, Isaac Hernandez Campos, Jose Rodrigo Contreras, Sara Fakhry, Sebastián Izaciga, Robbie Koeck, Nelleke Kuipers, Yuna Lee, Meiling Liu, Ankita Mathew, Yousseff Moustafa, Mario Norton, Alliyah Qualls, Renz Ren, Randy Reynolds, Pablo Schuller, Nimrod Schwartz, Aviram Spies, Shankara Srikantan, Manos Stratis, Tala Sukkar, Edwin Toh and Lucas Zapiola.

WHEN

WHERE

Dallas Museum of Art
1717 N Harwood St, Dallas, TX 75201, USA
https://dma.org/art/exhibitions/tiffany-chung-rise-atmosphere

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Admission is free.

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