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About cellphonestories

A series of narratives unfolding via mobile technology, commissioned by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and led by artist Steve Fagin.

09.09.2010 Steve Fagin Takes a Bow on Behalf of Cell Phone Stories

Today marks the conclusion of the experimental Cell Phone Stories. Ringmaster Steve Fagin reflects on the project: On the process: The fundamental idea that cuts across the entire Cell Phone Stories series is to not simply refigure the museum via … Continue reading

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9.2.2010 Barry Gifford

Gifford’s legendary characters Sailor and Lula explore the wild world of Warhol: http://www.lacma.org/gifford.pd.

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8.26.2010 Adrienne Ferrari

Jane Ditty Returns: An Imaginary Twitter Conversation By Adrienne Ferrari Name Jane Ditty Bio A fit and fortyish fantasist laid off from my job at Pipeline Partners, LLC and while I do not dress to the nines, I do dress … Continue reading

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8.19.2010 Kianga Ford

Artist Kianga Ford launched the second episode in her series called You Are Here…a movement, an act, an episode, an ecology. Designed as a site-specific audio experience at the Pavilion for Japanese Art at LACMA, the first part, Way to … Continue reading

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8.13.2010 Steve Fagin: Only for Dummies

It’s back-to-school time for our dummy, BAUHAUS! He’s making new friends but “keeping in touch” with the old url.

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7.29.10 Barry Yourgrau: Imagining LACMA

Cell Phone Stories serves up up a delicate twofer from Barry Yourgrau. Enjoy these literary amuse bouches http://tiny.cc/gtjn4 and http://tiny.cc/y774a.

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7.15.2010 Rodarte: LACMA à la Mode

Kate and Laura Mulleavy, the design team behind the high concept fashion label Rodarte, created five sketches based on works in LACMA’s permanent collections. They respond to a variety of periods and movements as represented in the collection, translating pre-Columbian … Continue reading

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