I don’t usually post about my teaching practice, but I’m very excited about the Video Installation course I’ve been teaching at University of Illinois at Chicago. Here is a link to Gallery 400’s blog, featuring a post that describes a recent project/exhibition., DVD as Self-Portrait.
I’m very happy that Remote will play as part of the 50th Ann Arbor Film Festival. Remote will screen Saturday, March 31 at 1pm in a program including Arthur Lipsett, Mike Hoolboom, Dani Levanthal, Ionut Piturescu, Shiloh Cinquemani and Tan Pin Pin. So excited for this program! I will be in attendance and can’t wait to see all the terrific work in the fest!
Welcome to SPRING/BREAK Art Show, the new curator-driven art fair during the Armory Arts Week. The fair will inhabit Old School, a four-story schoolhouse located in NoLIta from March 6th – March 11th, 2012.
Featuring the projects of 23 curators, the show will abandon the traditional focus on galleries – offering a “break” from the typical art fair model – and showcase a range of New York City’s curatorial voices, all surrounding a single exhibition theme – Apocalist: A Brief History of The End.
Utilizing over 20 classrooms, hallways, and unique areas in one of the city’s oldest schoolhouses, new art works will be on display, arranged by curators representing the more recent creative contributions of the Lower East Side, Williamsburg, Gowanus, and Bushwick. Apocalist, the inaugural fair’s curatorial theme as described by Andrew Gori and Ambre Kelly, the co-founders of The They Co. and SPRING/BREAK Art Show, ‘aims to elucidate the sense of direction, disorder, celebration, or disdain generated by real or invented global or personal assumptions of calamity.’
Interstate Projects will be presenting my video, Trust Falls at Moving image: Contemporary Video Art Fair, March 8-11, in New York. Lots of terrific galleries presenting fantastic artists, i.e. Josh Azzarella, Jenny Perlin, VALIE EXPORT, Ken Jacobs, Martha Wilson, to drop a few amazing names.
Stop by if you are in NYC!
Magic for Beginners will screen as part of Experiments in Cinema v7.9, in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Sounds like an amazing program!