MOCA donors welcome latest exhibit

MOCA donors welcome latest exhibit
Kelli Miller, Debbie Gazalleh, Jen Jones, Renee Thompson and Lacey Worsdell

The latest installation at the Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville (MOCA) was opened to patrons in mid-July, as special guests were able to embrace and interpret the bright and colorful Project Atrium artwork of Tallahassee-based artist Joelle Dietrick. Her works are focused on the fascination of “big data” and the interpretation of the glitches that can occur in the geolocation data systems within the shipping industry. Th rough precise layering of adhesive backed fabric and paint, the artist manipulates architectural fragments and forms into a glitch art aesthetic. Th e exhibit opened July 18 and will run through Oct. 25.

The opening of the latest exhibition provided guests with the ability to view the latest atrium, but take in the current featured exhibits titled, Southern Exposure: Portraits of a Changing Landscape and In Time We Should Know Ourselves: Photographs by Raymond Smith, among other works throughout three floors of exploratory experience at the downtown museum.

Charles and Marilyn Gilman

Charles and Marilyn Gilman

Jaime DeSimone, assistant curator of exhibitions with Jim Draper

Jaime DeSimone, assistant curator of exhibitions with Jim Draper

Vin and Ana Saini

Vin and Ana Saini

Mike and Susie Miller with Gwen and Alan Howard

Mike and Susie Miller with Gwen and Alan Howard

Jim and Pat Griffiths with Rufus and Mariam McClure

Jim and Pat Griffiths with Rufus and Mariam McClure

Kylie Efron with Mia Clark

Kylie Efron with Mia Clark

Suzanne Perritt with Gary McCalla and Jackie Cornelius

Suzanne Perritt with Gary McCalla and Jackie Cornelius

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