Gean Moreno is Curator of Programs at ICA Miami, where he established and runs the Art + Research Center. He is on the Advisory Committee for the 2017 Whitney Biennial, and serves on the editorial and advisory committees of several publications and foundations. He is the founder and current director of [NAME] Publications, a press dedicated to art theory. His texts have appeared in numerous catalogues and anthologies, and he has written for various publications, including e-flux journal, Art in America, Kaleidoscope, and MONU—Magazine for Urbanism.
The animation begins in a plainly inauspicious place—with a tiresome unspooling of clichés that supposedly represent Miami. From Gloria Estefan to the Bad Boys movies to Dexter, it is all soundtracked by—what else?—Phil Collins’ “In the Air Tonight.”