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VIDEO Art Exhibit: Taking Charge of the Radio Waves

Interactive Exhibit: SFMOMA

This exhibit at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art is not in oils or watercolors, but in projectors, cameras, radio-electric scanners, antennae, radios and eight channel sound. We shot a short video.

Rafael Lozano-Hemmer created "Frequency and Volume Relational Architecture 9" in protest to the Mexican government shutting down pirate radio stations. Your projected shadows take charge of the radio spectrum.

The exhibit is at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art until February 3, 2013