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Tuesday, November 20, 2007


Pullus Gallaxticus - Kentic Sculpture by David Quick - Museum of Neon Art - 1996

David Quick, one of the founders of the kenetic art movement in Sourthern California, has joined your Museum as an advisor on contemporary art. In this slide of David's work, he challenges the American political establishment to put art into space. He asks why is there no joy or whimsy in our space program. If art is the ultimate expression of what it means to be a human being, then should it, at least, exist in our space statements with weapons and t.v. ads.

2 comments: said...

good news

Daaave Quick said...

It is an honor and pleasure to be affiliated with the Museum of the San Fernando Valley...among other contributions, the Valley has been a cornerstone of the space industry over the decades and perhaps we can get NASA to name an unnamed valley on Earth's Moon "San Fernando"

Daaaaave Quick