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Barry La Vea runs straight to a wall, as performance art.

Projections: Anti-Materialism

Formerly On view at MCASD

May 15, 1970 to July 5, 1970

An exhibition of “non-object” art created at the museum: a series of verbal images presented by Robert Barry of New York; a temporary painting on the museum wall by David Deutsch; a colored reflected light environment by Charles Emerson of La Jolla; a tape of “Velocity Place”, a test of physical endurance by Barry LeVa of Los Angeles; and a fine line drawing in four colors on four walls of the museum of Sol LeWitt of New York, as well as works by Edward Moses of Los Angeles and David Thompson of La Jolla. Illustrated catalogue with foreword by Buckminster Fuller, with introduction by Lawrence Urrutia, and an artist’s statement. Curated by Larry Urrutia

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