MOCA Grand Prix

Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), Los Angeles
2009 May 7, 7:00 pm
About

MOCA Grand Prix In MOCA Grand Prix, Knifeandfork invites participants to race remote-control cars through MOCA’s current exhibition, A Changing Ratio: Painting and Sculpture from the Collection. Using mounted cameras, each Wi-Fi-enabled car is driven remotely through a video game interface that shows the car’s point of view. Through the lens of 1980s American gaming culture, this project offers an alternative perspective on the permanent collections exhibition. Awards will be presented for the fastest times of the evening.

MOCA Grand Prix is one of three works that Knifeandfork made while Artist in Residence at MOCA, Los Angeles. The project is documented in its entirety at the residency blog MOCA Grand Prix Archive.
Credits

Concept, engineering, fabrication, and production
Brian House
Sue Huang
DJ Set
Blogging
Production assistance
Meghan Grebling
Matt Miller
Ronald Vega
Alanna Yu
Jay Yan
Video documentation and editing
Alex MacInnis
Photo documentation
Patrick Miller
Thanks to
Aandrea Stang
Meghan Grebing
MOCA Think Tank and staff
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