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Dylan Mira: Black Hole Notes on the Oriented Strand Board

Dylan Mira
Black Hole Notes on the Oriented Strand Board
August 4, 2018

Man and young girl looking at bucket with fog coming out

(image credits:  Duty-Free, 2018,  Ultrasonic misters, Mugwort,  Poppy, Gingko, Plantain,  Karen Huber Gallery, CDMX, MX)


A performance in association with the exhibition  Kim Zumpfe: outside the length of a room | OR | diving into the blue sun

Industrial humidifiers are filled with an infusion of plants traditionally related to dreams, memory,  and repair. As mist moves through the black  hole blue sun, poetry  sounds a response from another time.


Dylan Mira records affect and accident. Her recent projects have been presented at sites including Participant Inc., New York (2018); Seoul Museum of Art, South Korea (2018); Park View/Paul Soto, Brussels (2018); Karen Huber Gallery, Mexico City (2018); LACE (Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (2017); LAXART, Los Angeles (2016); Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (2016); Portland Institute of Contemporary Art (2016); Artist Curated Projects, Los Angeles (2015); and Performa, New York (2015). She dropped out of high school and graduated with a BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and an MFA from the University of California, Los Angeles.