Exhibitions

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2112

2013, Moving Image Contemporary Video Art Fair

Projects from the Postmasters Exhibition, 2112, exhibited at the New York version of the video fair.

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HEIMSUCHUNG, UNSAFE SPACES IN CONTEMPORARY ART

2013, Kunst Museum Bonn

This exhibition is about the transition from a formerly intimidating exterior to an intimidating interior and the comparison between destabilized spaces and unstable spaces. Artists include Eija-Liisa Ahtila, John Bock, Gregory Crewdson, Thomas Demand, Chris Larson, Hans Op De Beeck, and Erwin Wurm.

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INTRAFACING

2013, 1708 Gallery, Richmond, VA

Two person exhibition. INTRAFACING: Dina Kelberman and Jennifer and Kevin McCoy includes works that explore the abundant, heterogeneous and mediated character of contemporary imagery. Dina Kelberman’s web-based experiments gather, organize, and reintroduce imagery from found sources such as product advertising, popular cartoons, and amateur photography. Jennifer and Kevin McCoy’s multimedia dioramas call to mind the vignette–a moment in a larger ...

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PARA-REAL

2013, 601 Artspace, New York, NY

An exhibition curated by Magdalena Sawon for 601Artspace Para-Real puts together seven pairs of artists whose works—all in distinctly different ways—destabilize the notion of reality through models, illusions, fakes, virtual constructs, appropriation, dioramas, puppets, re-made objects and paranormal phenomena, staged or real.

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SUDDENLY THERE, DISCOVERY OF THE FIND

2013, Garis & Hahn Gallery, New York, NY

Group exhibition Curated by Eileen Jeng and Tamas Veszi Garis & Hahn is pleased to present Suddenly, There: Discovery of the Find, a group exhibition focused on the creative process and its unexpected outcomes. Suddenly, There will feature drawings, paintings, photographs, sculptures, videos, and installations, from 1974 to 2013, by 21 New York-based artists.

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ABU DHABI IS LOVE FOREVER: THE WORKS OF JENNIFER AND KEVIN MCCOY

2012, Teaching Gallery at Hudson Valley, Troy, NY

Brooklyn-based collaborative artists Jennifer and Kevin McCoy explore autobiographical themes as experienced through cultural and media-based images. From August of 2010 to June of 2011, the McCoys and their family lived in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. During that time, through video, collage and found imagery, the McCoys reacted to and contemplated the culture and landscape of their new, temporary ...

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ART.WARE

2012, Hong Kong Arts Center, Hong Kong, China

From single screen to interactive media, the use of space and form have been evolving all along. ifva, in collaboration with art.ware, will be presenting “Altered States”, an exhibition of media art works from three renowned media artists including Jennifer & Kevin McCoy from the US and Diane Landry from Canada. Ten finalist works of this year’s Interactive Media Category ...

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HORS PISTE

2012, Pompidou Center, Paris France

Group exhibition Rendez-vous d'actualité de l’image en mouvement, Hors Pistes a pour mot d’ordre d’explorer avec intensité les libertés à l’œuvre dans ses multiples déclinaisons : films et images projetées, images exposées, images perforées. Explorant les images contemporaines, « Hors Pistes 2013 » prend pour thème « la miniature ». Invité de cette édition, le couple d’artistes américains Jennifer et ...

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NORTHWEST PASSING

2012, Project Space, Seattle, WA

Solo Exhibition, Seattle, WA: Kevin and Jennifer McCoy present Northwest Passing, an exhibition and performance featuring completely improvised tours of Northwest master works. Northwest Passing in an exhibition that presents work from six classic Northwest Artists as a way to ask what we mean by that very phrase “Northwest Art”. The works in the exhibition, borrowed from local government, corporate ...

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THE INDEX

2012, EMPAC, Troy, NY

Index is a commissioned public art installation by Rensselaer arts alumni Jennifer and Kevin McCoy, which consists of multiple sculptures filmed via small, live cameras. The resulting software based video presentation, as well as the models, appear throughout public spaces. Inspired by a J.G. Ballard short story called The Index, in which an alphabetized list of people and places point ...