A new commission of light-based work by celebrated Belgian artist couple Tom and Lien Dekyvere that explores the relationships between organic and artificial structures, pushing the boundaries of nature and technology.

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August 6, 2021 - January 2, 2022

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Developed in partnership with Santa Cruz-based skateboard company NHS, this exhibition will highlight the largest collection of Jim Phillips studio art, largely unseen since 1984.

Debuting at the MAH, will launch the worldwide tour of this exhibition which will travel throughout 2021.

Sowing Seeds is curated by Christina Ayson Plank (WIITH, UC Santa Cruz) in collaboration with The Tobera Project. The exhibition is organized by WIITH and the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History. Advisors for the exhibition includes:

  • Jasmine Alinder, Dean of Humanities, UCSC

  • Rick Baldoz, Associate Professor of American Studies, Brown University

  • Catherine Ceniza Choy, Professor of Ethnic Studies, UC Berkeley

  • Dan Fallorina, The Tobera Project Member

  • Anna Fallorina, The Tobera Project Member

  • Rudy Guevarra Jr., Professor of Asian Pacific American Studies, Arizona State University

  • Trisha Lagaso Goldberg, Artist and Independent Curator

  • Theodore Gonzalves, Curator of Asian Pacific American History, Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History

  • Rebecca Hernandez, Community Archivist, UCSC

  • Eva Alminiana Monroe, The Tobera Project Member

  • Dioscoro “Roy” Recio Jr., Founder of The Tobera Project

  • Jessica Rubenacker, Exhibit Director, Wing Luke Museum

  • Analyn Salvador-Amores, Professor of Anthropology, University of the Philippines, Baguio

  • Celine Parreñas Shimizu, Dean of the Arts, UCSC

  • Modesto Tuzon, The Tobera Project Member

  • Rita Tuzon, The Tobera Project Member

  • Juanita Sulay Wilson, The Tobera Project Member

  • Allen Wilson, The Tobera Project Member

  • Alice S. Yang, Associate Professor of History, UCSC

This exhibition is presented with support from the National Endowment for the Humanities, UCSC The Humanities Institute, UCSC Art Research Institute, UCSC Office of Research, Monterey Peninsula Foundation, UCSC Committee on Research, The Society of Hellman Fellows. The exhibition is made possible with the generous contributions of Greg Reyes and Cristana DeGuzman.

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