Welcome to Wonder Rooms, a collaborative archival and data collection project that looks at the fissures in traditional museum structures by turning MoMI’s long-running exhibit Behind the Screen into a site of testimony and witness.

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This is a new media artwork by Mala Kumar, commissioned by Museum of the Moving Image through generous support from the National Endowment for the Arts (Media Arts Program).

Production Design Material for The Wiz (1978)


"The Wiz, directed by Sidney Lumet, was shot on studio sets, as well as at many New York City locations. These locations, including Coney Island, the World Trade Center, and the Hoyt-Schermerhorn subway station, were transformed by production designer Tony Walton in order to enhance the atmosphere of fantasy that is characteristic of the film." (Text from The Wiz exhibit in Behind the Screen at the Museum of the Moving Image)

Tags: Film, Queens