Exhibitions

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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 ...

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COLLECTIVE ONE

2007, Galerie Guy Bartschi

Group Exhibition: Marina Abramovic, Ghada Amer, Cory Arcangel, Per Barclay, Wim Delvoye, Jan Fabre, Nan Goldin, Hervé Graumann, Fabrice Gygi, Guy Limone, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, Jennifer & Kevin McCoy, Cornelia Parker, Giuseppe Penone, Georges Rousse, Samuel Rousseau, Not Vital

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EXPERIMENTA PLAYGROUND

2007, International Biennial of Media Arts, Melbourne, Australia

Escape into Experimenta Playground, an exhibition of media art that begs to be touched and invites your interaction. The digital media playground that has thrilled thousands of people in Melbourne, Sydney and Adelaide is coming to Perth as part of the 2008 AWESOME International Arts Festival for Bright Young Things. The exhibition features some of the most innovative and playful ...

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FEEDBACK

2007, Laboral Centro de Arte, Gijon, Spain

FEEDBACK is one of the inaugural exhibitions at LABORAL Centre for Art and Creative Industries in Gijon, Asturias, Spain. It is an exhibition focusing on art responsive to instructions, input, or its environment and creates one possible narrative of the history of 'new media art'. Featuring historical and current art works that are all based on technology and systems of ...

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JIFFYPOP

2007, Rockland Center for the Arts, Nyack, NY

JiffY PoP celebrates the landscape of our consumer driven society that bombards us with symbols, logos and marketing images, filled with promises of a better life by acquiring "stuff". The exhibition focuses on artwork that specifically references the lexicon of consumer images, updating and reinventing what the Pop Art Movement of the 60's began. Artists: Jennifer and Kevin McCoy, Vandana ...

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MODELS AS MUSE

2007, The Addison Gallery

The Addison Gallery of American Art presents Models as Muse: Roderick Buchanan, Christine Hiebert, Jennifer and Kevin McCoy, and David Opdyke, on view through March 18, 2007. Models as Muse merges the past and the present by creating a dialogue between the Addison Gallery's famed model ship collection and contemporary artists who have been invited to create new work that ...

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OUR SECOND DATE: JENNIFER AND KEVIN MCCOY

2007, Nevada Museum of Art

The art of Jennifer and Kevin McCoy, a husband-and-wife team based in New York, is inspired by a range of popular films and television programs. In Our Second Date, the couple combines new media with a miniature sculptural installation to recall a past visit o a screening of the film Weekend, by French filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard.

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SERENDIPITOUS TANGENTS

2007, Gallery Factory, Seoul, Korea

Group Exhibition