MOCAN / 1004 Gallatin Avenue March 13, 2021 - May 29, 2021

Ali El-Chaer
Alison Underwood
Ashanté Kindle
Chalet Comellas-Baker
Clint Sleeper
Dan Derwelis
Jazlyn Eubanks
Jordan Benton
Laura Klopfenstein
Libby Danforth
Marlos E’van
Maya Shoham
Nadia Nizamudin
Nana Maiolini
Nuveen Barwari
Quỳnh Lâm
Suzy Slykin
Veronica Leto
Vivian Liddell

A global crisis in the 21st century is much more than quarantine baking, hand washing techniques, and curbside pickup. We have learned that a global crisis changes the way society operates. This change in operation has exposed and continues to expose the inadequacies in our system and how it is failing us. These same inadequacies fuel the need to create new practices that will not only assist in the advancement of our society but allow us to define the relationship between radical thought and radical practice.

Through art, the Museum of Contemporary Art Nashville (MOCAN) explores how science, sustainability, and socialism can and will contribute to us creating a new, functional, and citizen-oriented system in the first edition of its Traveling Museum Project (TMP). It will be a chance for audiences to reflect on the pressing issues of our time and consider a diverse range of contemporary perspectives.

Reserve tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/tmp1-radical-thoughts-tickets-131245453685