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The Research and Development department at MoMA provides information and critical tools to identify and explore new directions and opportunities for The Museum of Modern Art and—leading by example—the broader museum field. It is both crucible and catalyst for new ways of thinking and doing in museums.

Their most recent panel event Salon 33 was an exploration of all things Hair: “How does hair function as a structure of identity, for an individual and for a community? Is hair dyeing personal expression, a political act, or even a tool for social mobility? To what extent is hair a raw material to be harvested? A commodity? An affirmation? A sign of beauty? Of pride? Of shame? Of power?” INFRINGE was honoured to have been asked to partake in this discussion.

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INFRINGE video Michael Lindsay
Special Thanks to MoMA R&D

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