RUN RUN SHAW CREATIVE MEDIA CENTRE GRAND OPENING FESTIVAL
A series of monthly installations by world renowned sound artists including Ed Osborn (USA), Steve Roden (USA), Leung Chi Wo (Hong Kong), Kingsley Ng (Hong Kong), Cedric Maridet (Hong Kong/France), Edwin Lo (Hong Kong), Anthony Yeung (Hong Kong), Samson Young (Hong Kong), Christina Kubisch (Germany) and Remko Scha (Netherlands).
e premte, 30 shtator 2011
Labels: Ed Osborn
e premte, 09 shtator 2011
2011 Keeping an Eye on Surveillance, The Preformace Art Institute, San Francisco, California
The Performance Art Institute is pleased to host "Keeping an Eye on
Surveillance," a comprehensive look at societal surveillance in the "post-9-
11" world. Over twenty artists, working in media ranging from painting and
photography to new media, will explore the ever-growing encroachment
of surveillance enabled by technological advances such as Google Earth,
Facebook, wire-tapping, and airport security technologies. "Big Brother" is now a
virtual and real phenomenon.
The Performance Art Institute
575 Sutter Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
Tel: 415 501 0575
Labels: Kara Maria
2011 Invisible Venues, Southern Exposure. San Francisco, California
Institutional Critique Flair Button (2011) by Charles Gute is a public art project in the form of a freely distributed button. A deceptively simple object, the text democratizes art discourse while playfully suggesting the co-optation of critique through scripted marketing. Originally presented as part of a series of conference badge interventions funded by an Alternative Exposure Grant at the College Art Association Conference (Chicago, 2010), this project will be distributed at Southern Exposure and on Invisible Venue’s website.
3030 20th Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
t: 415 863 2141
2011 “Secret Messages.” Islip Art Museum, East Islip, NY
Curated by Karen Shaw, this exhibit features artists who use codes in their work-everything from signs, symbol transfers, Braille and computer codes. The exhibit will coincide with an exhibit in the History Room exploring famous codes associated with Long Island, including codes used to communicate with George Washington during the Revolutionary War, and the DNA code developed at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. Historical exhibit curated by Kathy Curran.
Islip Art Museum
50 Irish Lane
East Islip, NY 11730-2098
Phone: 631 224 5402
2011 Scripts For Art, Walden Affairs, The Hague, Netherlands
The subject and theme of the exhibition Scripts for Art is the art industry’s "own" language as it is used and applied today. Ultimately, therefore, the exhibition is concerned with the question of communication and communicability in art, as well as the possibility and necessity thereof beyond calm, introspective reception.
2512 XT Den Haag
2011 Friends, Enemies, and Others, Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, New Jersey
“This is the inaugural exhibition in the Montclair Art Museum's New Directions series. Curated by Alexandra Schwartz, MAM's first curator of contemporary art, the exhibition marks the world premiere of Zurkow’s series Friends and Enemies, and will comprise 16 works on paper and five digital animation videos, two of which will be shown on the Museum’s grounds. The centerpiece of the exhibition, Friends and Enemies, comprises a 146-hour-long video, Mesocosm (Northumberland UK), and related prints, which will be shown together in the Marion Mann Roberts Gallery.”
Montclair, NJ, 07042
Tel: 973 746 5555
Labels: Marina Zurkow