Untested Address

Untested Address is an open-ended platform for in-progress work including poetry, unpredictable improv games, moon absorptions and short experimental lectures. The physical space for Untested Address is drawn on the small UMM patio by copper metal pipes, creating a malleable platform for circulatory systems of the creative process.
UMM collaborated with Edward Ogosta Architecture on the reconfigurable seating design for Untested Address.

For three consecutive Saturdays, UMM will be off-site in Los Angeles contributing to the Getty’s latest PST initiative LA/LA, presenting the following Untested Address events at Klowden Mann Gallery and its surroundings:

The fourth Untested Address event will take place  from 1-4pm on October 28 in Los Angeles at Klowden Mann Gallery, and will feature in-progress, published and experimental work by: José Alvergue, Fabián Cereijido, Cognate Collective, Alana de Hinojosa and Jacobo Sefamí.

The fifth Untested Address event will take place from 1-4pm on November 4th in Los Angeles at Klowden Mann Gallery, and will feature new, experimental work by: Jessica Ceballos Campbell, Kristin Cerda, Adriana Johnson, Laura Vena and the Semi-tropic Spiritualists.

The culminating Untested Address event will take place from 1-4pm on November 11th  outside the gallery along Washington Blvd and National, featuring Los Angeles Road Concerts exploring the urgent notion of Radical Welcome.

Untested Address#3 [2017]: Tuhus-Dubrow, Semi-Tropic Spiritualists

The third Untested Address event will take place on Sunday, April 30th, starting at 7pm, and will feature in-progress and performative work by Tuhus-Dubrow and the Semi-Tropic Spiritualists. More…

Untested Address#2 [2017]: Kearney, Lee, Liu

The second Untested Address event took place on Saturday, February 4th, featuring in-progress and performative work by Douglas Kearney, Kenji Liu and Janice Lee. More…

Untested Address #1 [2016]: Herbst, Popp, van Dyck and Entropy under the full moon

The first Untested Address event took place during UMM’s opening on December 13 under the full moon, and featured Nancy Popp, Robby Herbst, Stephen van Dyck and a selection of post-election poems curated by Janice Lee, Executive Director of Entropy magazine. More…

 

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