Nicole Miller’s To the Stars Free Multimedia Screening | SFMOMA
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SFMOMA | 151 Third Street, San Francisco, CA
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Submitted by the Event Organizer
Nicole Miller’s To the Stars is an immersive exploration of identity, voice, pain, and possibility. Commissioned by SFMOMA and designed specifically for the museum’s Phyllis Wattis Theater, this work combines video and sound elements with a dynamic laser-light display.
Miller is a conceptual artist known for her inventive uses of video, often incorporating documentary-style methods into evocative mixed-media installations that deal with self-representation and the experience of looking. To create this work, Miller filmed interviews, performance rehearsals, and behind-the-scenes moments with prominent figures of color in the arts and sciences, including choreographer Alonzo King, opera singer J’Nai Bridges, violinist Jessica McJunkins, and NASA astronaut Yvonne Cagle, as well as youth in local schools.
Admission to the screening is free; first come first served. No museum admission required.
Run time for To the Stars is approximately one hour.
Generous support for Nicole Miller’s To the Stars is provided by Marjory Graue and Martin Bloes. Meaningful support is provided by Wayee Chu and Ethan Beard.
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