Nicole Bachmann. Ruth Beale. Works View as List.
Oscar Bony. Oscar Bony (1941–2002) was an avant-garde artist known for his innovative and daring work.
Born in Posadas, in the northern province of Misiones, he trained at Buenos Aires's prestigious Instituto Torcuato di Tella in the 1960s. Bony moved to Milan after Argentina's military coup in 1976, returning to Argentina only after the end of the dictatorship, in 1988. His work ranged from painting to live installations to video, finally focusing primarily on photography towards the end of his life. His most famous work is La familia obrera (Blue-collar family, 1968), an installation which consisted of an actual working-class family seated on a pedestal. Considered subversive, it was closed down by the police. Kasper Andreasen. Untitled Document. IAN CHENG. Forking at Perfection Mousse 49 Baby Island Simulator is a little game for encounters with a baby.
To play this game you need a human baby who cannot yet walk, placed on a large isolated surface like a bed or a kitchen island. You also need the presence of sympathetic adults. Now you do nothing. The game is painful at first because Baby instinctively expects an adult gaze and your adultness must fight the instinct to give attention back to Baby. Philip K. The opposite of a truth isn’t a falsity, it’s an ideal. What is the relationship between an ideal and a truth? ANDREA MCGINTY. Buzz Spector. Laura Aldridge. Sara index.
Why11. Our literal speed. Electronic Arts Intermix: RRK (Reading Rosalind Krauss), Tony Cokes. Amy Sillman. Amy Sillman some problems in philosophy 2010 seating plan 2009 a phrase guide for the spring art season 2006 visiting artist 2004 the O-G v.1 the O-G v.1-2 the O-G v.3 the O-G v.4 the O-G v.6 the O-G v.7 the O-G v.9 the O-G v.10 the O-G v.11.
Galerie Chantal Crousel - Michael Krebber. Né en 1954, Köln, Allemagne.
Vit et travaille à New York, USA. –– Born 1954, Köln, Germany. Lives and works in New York, USA. Michalis pichler. Thirteen Years: The materialization of ideas from 2002 to 2015, ed.
Annette Gilbert and Clemens Krümmel (New York: Printed Matter, Inc., Leipzig: Spector Books, 2015). - "The Signature of the Author," Annette Gilbert - "This Is the Reconnaissance. Ideology and duplication in the work of Michalis Pichler," Stefan Ripplinger - "All The News That’s Fit to Print," Eleanor Vonne Brown - "SCULPTURE LECTURE Reading Un coup de dés," Magnus Wieland - "After Michalis Pichler after Edward Ruscha after Hokusai," Jean-Claude Moineau - "Media Metamorphoses," Tobias Amslinger - "How Beggarly Little is Left Us," Craig Dworkin - "The Universal Library of Appropriation," Patrick Greaney - "Representation of Prestige or Gallery of Cardboard Characters," Matthias Bleyl - "The Past is Never Dead.
Hannes bajohr. Fiona Banner. Michalis pichler. Aaron Flint Jamison - Air de Paris. Hommage à Philippe Thomas at MAMCO, Geneva. Mamco presents a retrospective of work by the French artist Philippe Thomas (1951-1995), some of whose work is part of the museum collection.
Displayed on all four floors of the building, it is divided into three sequences. “L’Ombre du jaseur (d’après Feux Pâles)” (‘The Shadow of the Waxwing (after Pale Fires)”) can be seen on the fourth floor. In 1990, CAPC (the Bordeaux Museum of Contemporary Art) invited Philippe Thomas to design the “Pale Fires” exhibition. Through his agency les readymade appartiennent à tout le monde®, Thomas saw the invitation from the museum as an opportunity to raise what he called ‘fictionalism’, the principle of fiction applied in his previous work, to the level of the institution, a neutral place of scientific knowledge that is not usually suspected of partiality. Philippe Thomas, “Feux pâles,” 1990 – THE ARTIST AS CURATOR #5.
Installation view of “The Index” chapter of Feux pâles with, from left to right: les ready-made appartiennent à tout le monde ®, 1990 (1990); les ready-made appartiennent à tout le monde ®, computer (1990); Robert Morris, Card File (1962); and Marc Blondeau, 11 rue de Miromesnil 75008 Paris (1990), CAPC/Musée d’art contemporain de Bordeaux, 1990 Philippe Thomas, Feux pâles, 1990 by Elisabeth Lebovici from THE ARTIST AS CURATOR #5 – in Mousse #46.
New RJJ. Gaudel de Stampa Paris Camilla Wills » Licence Licence. Camilla Wills is an artist and editor based in Brussels.
Recently her work was shown in Les drames 3D grillagés, Triangle, Marseille; Licence, LGLondon, London; My Vocabulary Did This To Me, South London Gallery, London; Voice ~ Creature of Transition, commissioned by If I Can’t Dance… and Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam; and Bard Girls Can Fly, White Flag Projects, St. Louis (2015/14). Babi Badalov. Eva Barto. Andrew Kerton: _fieldnotes. _fieldnotes is a solo performance by Andrew Kerton that can be considered an exercise in spatial embodiment exploring inner and outer physical limits through action, language, sensation and thought.
Andrew Kerton is a multidisciplinary artist whose practise has centred around performance and video works and includes writing, drawing, sound works and sculpture. He received his BA in Sculpture at Brighton University before attending the de Ateliers post-graduate studio programme in Amsterdam. As part of his practise he has collaborated as a performer for various international visual artists and was a founding member of Keren Cytter's internationally touring dance company D.I.E NOW (Dance International Europe Now). Alejandro Cesarco. Alejandro Cesarco (born Montevideo, Uruguay) lives and works in New York. His most recent solo exhibitions include: “Play,” Tanya Leighton Gallery, Berlin (2015), “Prescribe The Symptom,” Midway Contemporary Art, MN, (2015), “Loyalties and Betrayals,” Murray Guy, New York (2015), “Secondary Revision,” Frac Île-de-France/Le Plateau, Paris (2013), “A Portrait, A Story, And An Ending,” Kunsthalle Zürich, Switzerland (2013), “Alejandro Cesarco,” MuMOK, Vienna (2012), “Words Applied to Wounds,” Murray Guy (2012), “The Early Years,” Tanya Leighton (2012), “A Common Ground,” Uruguayan Pavilion, 54th Venice Biennial (2011), “One Without The Other,” Museo Rufino Tamayo, Mexico (2011), “Present Memory,” Tate Modern, London (2010).
Group exhibitions include: “Under The Same Sun,” The Solomon R. For further information please visit: Anne Le Troter. Les mitoyennes. INGENIUM CP : Emmanuelle lainé. Tyler coburn. Ergonomic FuturesU I'm that angel Sabots Resonator NaturallySpeakingA Wide BlankWaste Management Charter Citizen The WarpRobots Building Robots Somdomites Recipe Professional Nonproducer Faker Thumbprints & Other Takeaways The Enemy Seven Portraits on a Correalist Rocker Medium No. 1 (Manhattan) Tanya Leighton - SHARON HAYES. British Art Show 8. WILL HOLDER. Monday, June 25, 7pm Alice Notley’s “Dr. Williams Heiresses” read by Will Holder for single mothers. Johanna Drucker. Martine Syms — Conceptual entrepreneur based in Los Angeles, CA. Emmie McLuskey - Glasgow Sculpture Studios. GARRETT NELSON. Nicoline van Harskamp. Nicoline van Harskamp works contact cv ______________________________________________________________________________ A Romance in Five Acts and Twenty-one Englishes 2014/2015 live translations, exhibition, publication and theatre play watch a short trailer on youtube This work was created in a process involving live translation, publishing and theatrical staging.
At its basis is "Pygmalion – a romance in five acts", a play from 1912 by Bernard Shaw. It tells of the power relations between language, class, and gender: working class girl Liza Doolittle is attracted by the notion that Professor Higgins can raise her social standing by teaching her to speak English like a lady. 21 translations of the play were collected and native speakers of each of these languages — from Turkish to Japanese, from Farsi to Czech — to take it in turns to translate it back into English, in an 8 hour session for a live audience at the London project space Kunstraum. She Put Me in Complexity of Words. Dora García. The Book. Dora Garcia. Dora García (Valladolid, 1965) studied Fine Arts at the University of Salamanca, Spain, and the Rijkakademie in Amsterdam, Holland.
She lives and works in Barcelona. Dora García uses the exhibition space as platform to investigate the relationship between the visitor, the artwork, and place. To this end the artist often draws on interactivity and performance. Through minimal changes, not encroaching on the space, the room is converted into a sensory experience, with each visitor leaving it again with his or her perceptions altered, or at the very least perhaps with a degree of skepticism. By engaging with Dora García's work we develop a sense to begin reading even the smallest signs as possible signifiers. Philippgufler. Evelyn Taocheng Wang. Cindy Coutant. Ben Cain. CURRENT : STUDIO FOR PROPOSITIONAL CINEMA. Mime Radio de Benjamin Seror. Caspar heinemann. Norbert Costin. This website is conceived as a time based artwork containing information; for any further inquiries, insight or proposals please write to: norbertcostin [at] gmail.com. LOUISE GUERRA : louiseguerra.
Headshot : Selected works. Olof. LivSchulman. CHRIS EVANS. Paolo Chiasera. Paul Hendrikse. Main. Francesco Pedraglio. Alex Cecchetti alex cecchetti official website. Natalie Czech. Ben Kinmont - ANTINOMIAN PRESS. Main : Jérémie Gindre. Irlyon. Angélique Buisson — Artiste. A Constructed World. Roee Rosen. Lina Selander. Lina Selander. Blue is Ubiquitous and Forbidden (Chapbook) - sableelysesmith. Marley freeman. SOPHY NAESS. Welcome Double Agent.