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Cage Match Project

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A site-specific art installation series purposefully staged in a large, industrial caged-trailer as a narrative of the artist-at-odds–either with history, space, or a work of art itself.

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The Museum of Human Achievement

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Amount contributed

$225.00 USD / month

($225 + $0 )

Contributed to date

$2,925.00 USD

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-$200.00 USD
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Today’s balance

$20,292.74 USD

Total raised

$36,514.47 USD

Total disbursed

$16,221.73 USD

Estimated annual budget

$22,500.00 USD

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Cage Match Project (CMP) is a site-specific art installation series in which artists are invited to engage a large, industrial caged-trailer. Measured at 20’x8’x7’, this weathered and rusted container resides in the exterior lot of The Museum of Human Achievement in Austin, TX where it is under constant exposure to the elements and 24-hour public viewership. By fully embracing the caged-trailer as both literal and conceptual context, CMP purposefully stages a narrative of the artist-at-odds – either with history, space, or a work of art itself. 

The Museum of Human Achievement is a multi-disciplinary art space and non-profit organization in Austin, Texas. We cultivate new work, community, and vibe by providing radically affordable arts space to support artists and audiences in the creation of new ideas. The Museum of Human Achievement is our administrator and 501(c)3 nonprofit fiscal sponsor - your donations are processed through them and are tax deductible to the extent allowed by the law.

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