Exhibitions

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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

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SOURCE CODE

2007, Eyebeam

Since 1997, artists, programmers, hackers, activists, technologists, kids and adults have come to Eyebeam to share ideas, find collaborators, experiment with new tools and create new work. The projects in Source Code – the first of three exhibitions presenting the very best of creative exploration at Eyebeam – frame technologies, generate new processes and offer the audience a platform to ...

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SPECIAL THINGS / SCARY THINGS

2007, Galerie Guy Bartschi

solo exhibition

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THE WORLD IS MY IMAGINATION

2007, CUBE, Manchester, UK

Curated by Andrea Zapp, nine international projects display miniscule scenery with particular and ingenious methods within the field of media arts and environment. Film, photography, digital imagery, sounds, model objects and even tiny plants are embedded into custom-built rooms and miniature interfaces, to establish a story; opposing a playful, dreamlike world against the real, in relation to Schopenhauer's view that ...

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TINY, FUNNY, BIG, AND SAD

2007, British Film Institute

Solo Exhibition traveling to VIVID, Birmingham and Newlyn Art Gallery, The Exchange, Cornwall

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COMPLICIT! CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN ART AND MASS CULTURE

2006, University of Virginia Art Museum

“Complicit! Contemporary American Art and Mass Culture,” features more than 60 works by more than 50 cutting-edge contemporary, well known and emerging artists working in any and every medium — paint, sculpture, photography, mixed- and multi-media, book arts, printing and digital output. They are all engaged in a clear dialogue with mass culture, media industries and the history of fine ...

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DIRECTED DREAMING

2006, Postmasters Gallery, New York, NY

In Directed Dreaming, the McCoys present four new sculptures that use movement to explore anxiety. The title of the exhibit refers to practice of willing oneself to dream about specific situations?in order to resolve conflicts in one’s waking life. The works in Directed Dreaming fuse cinematic, personal, and historical images to become visual records of those conflicts, with the question ...

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NEW FRONTIERS

2006, Sundance Film Festival, Park City, UT

An experiment in Festival presentation, New Frontier is a social and creative space that showcases media installations, multimedia performances, transmedia experiences, panel discussions, and more.