Exhibitions

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CAPTURING TIME, MAPPING THE MOMENT

2008, Artefact Festival,STUK Kunstcentrum, Leuven, Belgium

Group Exhibition, This year's theme is Capturing Time - Mapping the Moment, bringing the question of media specificity to the art and literary world's never-ending fascination with time/space relationships. This year's festival is packed with installations, performances, and special projects that "try to capture, record or reconstruct a certain moment, a space or an emotion" by "look[ing] into the relations ...

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CONSTANT WORLD

2008, Beall Center for Art and Technology

Known for their intricate and intimate dioramas featuring small spy cameras that project scenes onto walls, monitors, or screens, the McCoys explore a wide range of topics, ranging from the personal to the political. The exhibition demonstrates their continuing interest in sculpture, cinema and technology, and features the U.S. premiere of Constant World, a major work commissioned by the British ...

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I'LL REPLACE YOU

2008, Postmasters Gallery, New York, NY

solo show, The analytical and the personal approach comes to extreme entanglement in "I'll Replace You." For this project the McCoys put out a casting call and subsequently hired fifty actors to replace them in executing the many responsibilities they undertake every day. The resulting 15 minutes long video zeroes in on the actor, the idea of typecasting, and the ...

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RÉLÈVÉ

2008, Andrew Edin Gallery

Andrew Edlin Gallery is pleased to announce Relevé, an exhibition exploring the metaphor of lifting or re-lifting, of being brought out of the ordinary moment to the extraordinary, of moving from an impossible darkness into the light. Curated by Jessica Murray the exhibition will feature works by Fritz Chesnut, Brady Dollarhide, Chris Doyle, Daniel Joglar, Todd Knopke, and Jennifer & ...

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STUTTER AND TWITCH

2008, Justina M. Barnicke Gallery, University of Toronto, Ontario

Curated by Chen Tamir- Stutter and Twitch brings together a group of seven artists based in Canada, the US and Europe, whose work explores the qualities of stillness and suspense in filmic motion. Their works break down linear time by "stopping" action. Like stutters, the works in this exhibition perpetuate disruption across time. They make "ongoing" pauses, introducing breaks that ...

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SUPERLIGHT

2008, The San Jose Museum of Art

The lead exhibition of the 2nd Biennial 01SJ Global Festival of Art on the Edge featured work ranging from printed leaflets to algorithmic films to kinetic sculptural installations to address questions about technological progress and its consequences. Superlight was the lead exhibition of the 2nd Biennial 01SJ Global Festival of Art on the Edge, the largest festival of art at ...

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THE ALLURE OF THE LITERAL

2008, University Art Museum, Albany, NY

The University Art Museum is pleased to announce the opening of two concurrent exhibitions: Jennifer and Kevin McCoy: The Allure of the Literal and David Opdyke: Plan C. Although the McCoys and Opdyke approach their work from different conceptual perspectives, they share an interest in reframing the ways in which we perceive the current cultural and political landscape.

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THE NEW NORMAL

2008, Artists Space

A touring exhibition of artworks that made use of private information as raw material and subject matter. The show opened at Artists Space before touring internationally for over two years. Curated by Michael Connor.

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TRAFFIC

2008, Visual Center for Contemporary Art, Carlow, Ireland

Solo Exhibition

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AUTOMATIC UPDATE

2007, Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY

The momentum of the dot-com era infused media art with a heady energy, artists, many switching from analog to digital equipment, tried their hands at a range of newly invented art forms. They built interactive installations, electronic publishing networks, and art for the Internet. Technology evolved so fast that in some cases an art form may have disappeared while an ...