New Terrains: Mobility and Migration
A collaborative exploration of how bodies move through social and political spaces in Silicon
Valley South Bay arts organizations band together to present a series of cross-disciplinary exhibitions and programs that explore how bodies move through social and political spaces in Silicon Valley beginning in the spring of 2018 and continuing into 2019. The project addresses timely topics such as bicycle transportation and urban planning, navigation and orientation, public protest, immigration, and migration.
“New Terrains” will engage the body in participatory experiences that highlight sight, sound, and scent, as well as exhibitions that consider how contemporary artists explore movement, such as walking and dance, in their work. With expanding partnerships “New Terrains” will embrace multidisciplinary thinkers and cultural producers through a growing range of events. Collaboratively presented through spring of 2019 by organizations of all sizes and types — from museums and artist residencies to community centers and civic think tanks — exhibitions and programs will take place across Silicon Valley.
Art Art Gallery
Chamber Music Silicon Valley
Children’s Discovery Museum
Chopsticks Alley Art
City Lights Theatre Company
Consulado General de México en San José
de Saisset Museum
History San José
ICA (San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art)
Institute of the Arts and Sciences of the University of California, Santa Cruz, Arts Division/UC Santa Cruz Arboretum & Botanic Garden
MACLA – Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latino Americana
Montalvo Arts Center
Pajaro Valley Arts
Palo Alto Art Center
San Jose Jazz
San José Museum of Art
San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles
Sangam Arts/Mosaic Silicon Valley
The Tech Museum of Innovation
“New Terrains” was developed collaboratively by Art Ark Gallery, San José; San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA), the de Saisset Museum, Santa Clara University; History San José, MACLA (Movimiento de Arte y Cultural Latino Americana), San José; Montalvo Arts Center, Saratoga; Palo Alto Art Center, San José Museum of Art, San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles, The Tech Museum of Innovation, San José; Institute of the Arts and Sciences of the University of California Santa Cruz Arts Division, and ZERO1.