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The employees of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art gather after work to share the art practices that keep them busy outside of their day jobs. 

Museum goers watch the creation of this tableau in real time and help document the process along the way.

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Robin Birdd's sculpture "Robert Gonzales" lead in dance by Isabella Roncaglio. 

Conny Bleul looks on amongst her collection of hand painted footwear.

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Vera Claeys with her zine "Cool, Calm, & Rejected"

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Claire Xue, an experiential designer and photographer, came through tough when she joined our production design and props department.

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Leslie Forsyth with a proper mid-shoot Headstand

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John Burke & Kim Nucci work in the audio/visual departments inside the museum while creating an astounding variety of multi-disciplinary projects of their own on the outside.

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Sienna Freeman sits next to her piece, "Myself on the Wall, Made from Images of You"

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Inside/Outside the SFMOMA was made possible by the generous support of board member Sonya Yu (pictured here with family) as well as contributors Mike & Kaitlyn KriegerLigaya Tichy, and Dropbox

Additional SFMOMA staff members integral to the success of this year and a half long journey can be seen in the video below. They include Nan Keeton, Jill Lynch, Heather SanchezSara Murphy, and Maggie Azary.

Short Documentary Film directed, shot, and edited by Summer House and Robert Bingaman out of Kansas City, Missouri.

 

 

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Museum goers were instructed to grab free disposable cameras and help document the performance. We've collected some of our favorites here.

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Brittany Sterling on Production

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Our digital tech is cooler than yours

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Robert Bingaman and Summer House

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Laura Miner was not only the driving force of this venture from the get-go and a collaborator in every aspect there was to it, she and her new creative studio Buddy Buddy took it on themselves to produce the darn thing. 

Since first publishing my work in 2008 and continuing to champion these delightfully masochistic what-have-yous with Phoot Camp, I can't thank her enough for the last 12 years of our endeavors.