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ANDREA SPAZIANI SILVER VENUS Untrammelled nature teams… Created and performed with Irvin Chow, Alicia Grant, Julia Male, Claire Turner Reid, and Nicole Rose Bond Music by Matt Smith April 27 to 29, 2017 at 8 pm Dancemakers Centre for Creation 9 Trinity Street, Theatre Studio 313 Toronto’s Distillery Historic District Andrea’s Spaziani’s work is typically […]
Filtering the panel discussion ‘Flux and Becoming’ between Gaby Cepeda, Rachel Dedman, Andrea Spaziani and Ruth Novaczek through a Deleuzian framework, this response looks at the Internet as a hyperbole of reality and explores the possibilities of hyperbolic love as a reaction. “The radical act of self love makes a person immune to capitalism’s propaganda […]
Spring Exhibition Convergence: Digital Media and Technology Opening Reception: Wednesday, April 5, 5-7 PM Exhibition on View: April 6 through May 27, 2017 An exhibition co-curated by Richard Herskowitz and Scott Malbaurn in collaboration with the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art (JSMA) and the Ashland Independent Film Festival (AIFF). Media Art from the JSMA Collection […]
Martin John Callanan, Departure of All, 2013. Displayed as an airport information panel, a screen shows all flights that are taking off from all international airports in the world, in real time. Actions Galería Horrach Moyà 25/3 – 7/5/2017 The work of Martin John Callanan focuses on the relationship between individuals and the systems that determine their […]
Ways of Machine Seeing 2017 is a two-day workshop organised by the Cambridge Digital Humanities Network, and CoDE (Cultures of the Digital Economy Research Institute) and Cambridge Big Data 1pm Monday 26 June – 2pm Wednesday 28 June Call for proposals closes 17 April 2017 http://www.digitalhumanities.cam.ac.uk/Methods/woms2017/woms2017CFP Venues: • Monday 26 June – Ruskin Gallery, Cambridge […]
DUMMIES: A BOOK LAUNCH & READING HAWAII (160) Moskowitz Bayse is pleased to present a Book Launch and Reading of Hawaii (160), an artist book by Kim Schoen, featuring essays by Jan Tumlir and Sarah Lehrer-Graiwer. The volume was published on the occasion of Schoen’s exhibition Hawaii, on view at Moskowitz Bayse through April 22, […]
Installation View: Morgan O’Hara, Live Transmission. Mitchell Algus Gallery, February 18 – March 26, 2017. “Conceptual art gets a new, invigorating twist in the current gem of a show featuring Morgan O’Hara’s drawings at the Mitchell Algus Gallery. Unveiling a lavish selection from a major body of work traversing thirty-six years, this exhibition offers New York audiences […]
NOISY EMBRYOS Dates: 9 – 25 March Private View: Thursday 16 March, 5.00pm Noisy Embryos is a multi-channel, audio-visual installation that reflects on the relationship between scientists and the animals they observe by juxtaposing videos of snail embryos generated under laboratory conditions with the ‘messiness’ of the natural environment and of the process of data […]
Friday, 2.3.17 Public panel discussion to be held at Museo Jumex on March 16 as part of the Nasher Prize’s ongoing series of international public programs Dallas, Texas (February 3, 2017) – Nasher Sculpture Center announces Nasher Prize Dialogues: The Public Place of Sculpture, a panel discussion, presented in partnership with Museo Jumex in Mexico […]
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