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storefront: Full Haus: The Seeld Library Installation View 01

Installation view of storefront: Full Haus: The Seeld Library, January 19–July 8, 2018 at MOCA Grand Avenue, courtesy of The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, photo by Zak Kelley​

storefront: Full Haus: The Seeld Library

For this iteration of storefront:, Full Haus—an artist-run space in Los Angeles established by Becca Lieb and David Muenzer in 2015—presents the work of the Seeld Library. Initiated by Los Angeles-based artist Jeffrey Stuker, the Seeld Library brings together a community of thinkers whose scholarship explores topics ranging from monstrous births in the 17th century and their anticipation of technological mediations of the body, the design of zoological gardens at the end of the 19th century, and research on the relationship between the development of modern medicine and colonial exploitation. For storefront:, the Seeld Library will display objects, ephemeral printed matter, and handwritten notes within a meticulously fabricated environment that resembles library storage and reflects the project’s unusual and probing approach to scholarship.

Participating artists include Christopher Carlton, Thomas Hutton, Steve Kado, Clementine Keith-Roach, Lakshmi Luthra, Nicolas G. Miller, Christopher Page, and Jeffrey Stuker.

Curator: Lanka Tattersall
Curatorial Assistant: Karlyn Olvido

Exhibitions at MOCA are supported by the MOCA Fund for Exhibitions with lead annual support provided by Sydney Holland, founder of the Sydney D. Holland Foundation. Generous funding is also provided by Allison and Larry Berg, Delta Air Lines, and Jerri and Dr. Steven Nagelberg.