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At Cal State Long Beach, an art exhibition on police violence turns into protest over the firing of the museum's director

At Cal State Long Beach, an art exhibition on police violence turns into protest over the firing of the museum Its Pacific Standard Time LA/LA exhibition, in 2017, “David Lamelas: A Life of Their Own,” was the first U.S. monographic exhibition of the Argentine-born artist. Meyer had hoped to give the program a more political edge, she says. “As director,” Meyer says, “my vision was to really try and take on the development of an anti-racist museum practice there — structural racism is everywhere, and cultural institutions have power, so how can that power be utilized to disrupt white supremacy? And this was my first big project there.” The exhibition, which is “about language, law, violence and race,” as the university describes it, takes over all the museum’s exhibition space and examines the cultural circumstances under which police killings of African Americans take place. While organizing the exhibition over about a year, Meyer, woods and university students spent months compiling documents related to police violence acquired through the Freedom of Information Act. Enlarged versions of some of those documents, including an autopsy diagram and the 911 call chain from the shooting of Tamir Rice, are on view as an integral part of the exhibition. “But we don’t think of it as an exhibition,” Meyer says. “It’s a monument, meant to transform the museum into a monument that helps people think about the cultural conditions under which African Americans lose their lives to police brutality. It was conceived as something that grows and moves beyond its first iteration, so it’s also process based, more work was to be done, more research.” Meyer says the reason for her firing remains “the million dollar question.” woods says that she felt “the choice to terminate her five days before the launch was an attempt to suffocate what the work was about.” Terri Carbaugh, a spokesperson for the university, says those sentiments are entirely off the mark.

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