Transart Institute: The International MFA and PhD Creative Practice Programs with Intensives in New York and Berlin, individual advisement and critique groups wherever you live and work. Accredited by Plymouth University, UK.
Transart MFA AND PHD Creative Practice. Fast track options. Work where you live. Intensives in New York City and Berlin. Rolling admissions.
Second year MFA Honi Ryan is an interdisciplinary artist based in the Blue Mountains, Australia. Ryan’s social practice draws from many disciplines: performance, sculpture, sound, video, and installation. She is interested in socially engaged art for its capacity to reveal and explore alternative models for living. Her work has intercultural concerns and combines the contemporary body with digital media, a body that is both individual and collective – connected to the single human organism. Ryan has exhibited and performed in 11 countries, received a BVA from Sydney University, where she was awarded the university medal, and is currently an MFA candidate at the Transart Institute, New York/Berlin. Her blog.
Of German Jamaican Parentage brought up in England, China and Cyprus Sonia Elizabeth Barrett has an international range of cultural influences. A graduate of St Andrews University where she studied Philosophy, Literature and International Relations and the Transart Institute (MFA) she has an unusual grounding in the concepts to which she offers her unique visual response. “I […]
Event: Saturday, JULY 18, 7PM Salon Series #2: Marion Wasserman/Crosspollination Please join us for an evening of food, wine, conversation and, of course, art. (I mean, what else is there?) Our second Salon Series will feature an artist-crafted meal of fresh summer bounty, other deliciousness, and a brief chat by Marion about her work. Tickets […]
JULY 9 TO OCTOBER 16, 2015 Opening Reception, Thursday, July 9, from 6:00-8:00pm Event Description New York, June 17, 2015 – The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation presents “Between History and the Body,” an exhibition looking closely at the ways in which cultural identity is defined, how it is used as a force of […]
RITUAL HIVE Marion Wasserman New Media Installation Currents 2015 @ El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe The installation RITUAL HIVE is about the trajectories of transformation, the lines of intersection and the alchemy of honey. There is a certain ritual that the hive embodies as it collectively transforms pollen into honey. This installation of hexagon ceramic […]
Ecosexuality: When Nature Inspires the Arts of Love, edited by SerenaGaia and Lindsay Hagamen Inside this book is “Sex-Ecology and the Spiritual Implications of Guilt and Pleasure in the Act of Loving the Earth,” an interview between Linda Mary Montano and Nicolás Dumit Estévez http://ecosexbook.com/authors2/ About the publication: Is Eros the untapped renewable energy of our time? […]
Caroline Koebel – Incursions into Cosmic Fear Caroline Koebel is one of experimental film’s most gifted and fearless provocateurs. Often using found-footage and a visceral, contrapuntal editing style, she has developed a visual language that responds directly and forcefully to some of the most pressing issues of our times—the horrors of war, privacy issues, displays of power, […]
Transartist kate hers RHEE exhibits at Entretempo Kitchen Gallery in Berlin. 19/06 to 26/06/2015// Entretempo Kitchen Gallery// Senefelderstraße 29 “My performative acts both repulse and attract, through humor and violence, while implicating the viewers as they laugh, feel discomfort, and confront their own problematic and telling interpretations.” – kate hers RHEE, 2014 The work Fleischfreude […]
Translation(s) II: Translating the City Translation(s) II: Translating the City International video art project, 2015 Videotage, Hong Kong 14 June 2015, 17:00-18:30 Curated by: Zoran Poposki and Laurence Wood Participating Artists: Justin Ascott (UK) Damon Ayers & Tessie Word (US) Jean-Marie Casbarian (US) Arch Dyson (UK) Jessica Ledwich (AU) Luis Lara Malvacias (US/VEN) Eva Petrič […]
Warehouse 1-10 is pleased to announce the selection of 14 artists for the CURRENTS 2015, New Media New Mexico Trail. CURRENTS annual festival will take place June 12 through June 28, 2015 in several locations across the state. The Festival brings together the work of established and emerging New Media artists, from New Mexico, the […]
Upcoming shows for Jenny Perlin include: Perseverance & How to Develop It will be shown in “Within the Giant’s Belly,” Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Rijeka, Croatia, August-Sept 2015 The Sinkhole and the Rubble Mountain, commissioned proposal for sculpture garden (two large-scale public sculptures)! Opening at Kunstmuseum Kloster Unser Lieben Frauen (!), Magdeburg, Germany […]
Transart MFA student Allen Ferguson is artist in residence at Halka Artist describes his project idea as follow: I want to rapidly shoot a film inspired by the heyday of Yeşilçam Street in the Beyoğlu district of Istanbul and its rapid fire production (250-350 films a year at one point); also nodding to Ceylans casting […]
MFA student Asher Mains: Showing at the 56th Venice Biennale: A humble look Asher Mains: It’s been a week since the vernissage of Grenada’s Official National Pavilion at the 56th Venice Biennale and while I have not begun to process the entirety of the experience, I am able to reflect on the past year leading […]
The Economy of Food On View from June 03, 2015 – June 20, 2015 Above: Martine Fougeron, from “Project: Bronx Trades” The Bronx River Art Center (BRAC) is pleased to announce The Economy of Food, the third exhibition in a two-year series of ten. Contact/Press Inquiries Cheryl Pfeiffer cpfeiffer [at] bronxriverart.org, or Gail Nathan gjnathan [at] bronxriverart.org, 718.589.5819 The Bronx River Art Center Presents: […]
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