TORRANCE — The Torrance Art Museum is presenting “Quadrant,” in which four emerging artist/curators each independently curate one-fourth of the Main Gallery space,  through March 12.

“Repetition of Difference,” curated by Khang Bao Nguyen, features artists Asad Faulwell, Ibuki Kuramochi, Khang Nguyen, Alicia Piller, Brian Randolph, Lorenzo Hurtado Segovia, Linnea Spransy, and Kayla Tange. Kuramochi’s performance art piece is titled “Matrix.”

“Quadrant” also includes:

“Pilosus nuces orbis,” curated by Carolyn Mason. Featured artists: Tony Brown, Gioj de Marco, Carolyn Mason, Andre Yi.

“Nocturnal I,” curated by Joey Lehman Morris. Featured artists: Dan Bayles, Linda Connor, John Divola, Eve Luckring, Rodney McMillian, Avan Smith, Martin Sturm, Maritta Tapanainen, Magdelawit M. Tesfaye.

“Out of Bounds,” curated by Lisa Rockford. Featured artists: Brody Albert, Daniel Boccato, Tanya Brodsky, Scott Froschauer, Ashley Hagen, Nery Gabriel Lemus, Anne Libby, Karen Lofgren.

Also on view:

Gallery 2 and Dark Room: “Lynchland: Genre, Auteurism, and a Fish in the Percolator.” Featured artists: Susan Ankersen, Alison Blickle, Polly Borland, Debra Broz, Matt Bucy, Bill Dane, Tomoo Gokita, Trulee Hall, Tim Hawkinson, Shana Moulton, Penelope Umbrico, Tim Youd. Curated by Tom Dunn and Steven Wolkof.

Outdoor Patio: “Deconstructed Labyrinth” by Daniela Soberman.

Main Hallway: “Coalescence” by Darel Carey.

TAM is located at 3320 Civic Center Dr. in the northwest section of the Torrance Civic Center campus. Admission and parking are free. Hours: Tuesday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, call (310) 618-6388 or visit

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