Profoundly marked by his upbringing in South Africa during the Apartheid era, Kendell Geers’ art often explores issues of social and political justice. BE:LIE:VE, specially commissioned by MOCA for our inaugural exhibition, is one of a number of his neon works that expose literal word plays that urge new ways to consider the complexities and paradoxes of language, power and truth.
This is a free event with registration.
Engage and Immerse member registration opens November 19.
Public registration opens November 21.