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Youtopia is part of Presented Without Interruption, a monthly video series curated by Guernica's art editors.

Danial Nord, Youtopia, 2011 Video, color, sound, 2:27 minutes


Danial Nord is an interdisciplinary artist who reinterprets the familiar language and trappings of mass communication. Nord’s work was most recently featured in the 2013 California-Pacific Triennial at the Orange County Museum of Art. He has exhibited in the U.S. and abroad, and has been honored with numerous awards, including an Artistic Innovation Grant from the Center for Cultural Innovation and a City of Los Angeles Individual Artist Fellowship.

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