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A solo exhibit by sculptor Daniel Giordano, MFA16, will open at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (Mass MoCA) in North Adams, Massachusetts on February 4, 2023. Giordano uses materials sourced from the streets and the banks of the Hudson River of his hometown in upstate New York, along with articles of food and organic materials, to create his works. The pieces examine his heritage, his family and his hometown's struggle to reconcile its industrial past with today's technological society.
Housed in a former textile mill and electronics plant, Mass MoCA is one of the largest centers for contemporary visual and performing arts in the United States. It combines vast spaces for works of contemporary art that will not fit in a traditional gallery with a performing arts venue. The museum showcases forward-thinking works with the hope of inspiring artists to create new and innovative art.
Giordano's exhibit will be on view through January 2024.
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