Jason Salavon (1970, Indiana) is a Chicago-based artist who designs computer programs and software that reconfigures data from the Internet such as search results, news headlines, and social media trends. Through photographic prints, digital animations, and real-time software installations, Salavon presents new ways of seeing and understanding the flow and construction of information in contemporary culture.
MOCA will present the first US museum exhibition of this intimate collaborative installation by British artist Phil Collins (b. 1970, Runcorn, UK). The work features six listening booths housing 7” vinyl recordings of original songs that the artist created in collaboration with guests of a homeless shelter in Cologne, Germany, as well as with Collins’ vast network of musicians.