Exhibitions

image:Blur of the Otherworldly, Contemporary Art, Technology and the Paranormal
 

BLUR OF THE OTHERWORLDLY, CONTEMPORARY ART, TECHNOLOGY AND THE PARANORMAL

2005, Center for Art and Visual Culture

Group ExhibitionBlur of the Otherworldly: Contemporary Art, Technology and the Paranormal is a major traveling exhibition featuring twenty five contemporary artists whose work employs modern communication technologies (photography, film, video, computers, radio, internet, and digital media) to explore culturally inbred questions / superstitions concerning parallel worlds to our own. Including Spencer Finch, Susan Hiller, Jennifer and Kevin McCoy, Mariko Mori, ...

image:Cut, Film as Found Object in Contemporary Video
 

CUT, FILM AS FOUND OBJECT IN CONTEMPORARY VIDEO

2005, Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, WI

CUT/Film as Found Object is a fascinating installation consisting of 14 video works by some of today's most influential artists. CUT explores how contemporary artists use excerpts from pre-existing films and television to create new narratives, different emotional content and new musical scores. Artists featured include Christian Marclay, Pierre Huyghe and Douglas Gordon. The exhibition is organized by the Milwaukee ...

image:Dreaming of A More Better Future
 

DREAMING OF A MORE BETTER FUTURE

2005, Cleveland Institute of Art

Group Exhibition (curated by Saul Ostrow and Stuart Horodner)

image:Identita & Nomadismo
 

IDENTITA & NOMADISMO

2005, Palazzo delle Pappesse

"Each of us - suggests Amin Maalouf, Identity, 1998 - should be encouraged to accept their diversity, to conceive their identity as the sum of its diverse membership, instead of confusing it with a single, upright and supreme for membership instrument of exclusion, sometimes an instrument of war. " The complexity of the issue of identity is addressed with tools ...

image:Image is a Projection
 

IMAGE IS A PROJECTION

2005, Galeria Mille Eventi

Solo Exhibition: La coppia di artisti statunitensi, che lavora in collaborazione dal 1996, presenta per l’occasione sei opere tra le piu’ recenti e rappresentative della loro ricerca artistica sul video e l’installazione. Cinque delle sei opere sono inedite mentre una, “How we met”, è stata gia’ esposta durante il 2004 nella mostra “Terminal 5” presso l’aeroporto JFK di New York. ...

image:Land-e-scape
 

LAND-E-SCAPE

2005, Postmasters Gallery, New York, NY

“Land-E-scape” is an exhibtion primarily of the gallery artists; all selected projects explore the idea of contemporary landscape in often unorthodox ways. Among the works in the show are: Jennifer and Kevin McCoy’s miniature movie set with nocturnal seashore film sequence complete with industrial sabotage and explosions, Steve Mumford’s painting of a sinking Land Rover, Spencer Finch’s atmospheric studies recreating ...

image:Night Sites
 

NIGHT SITES

2005, Kunstverein Hanover

Eija-Liisa Ahtila (FIN), Hans op de Beeck (B), Jennifer & Kevin McCoy (USA), Hans Schabus (A), Smith/Stewart (GB) The exhibition attempts to bring together two tendencies which have come to the forefront of contemporary art and to investigate their structural significance – on the one hand the deepening involvement of art with cinematography and with the figures of narration which ...

image:Soft Rains
 

SOFT RAINS

2005, The Joseloff Gallery

Solo exhibition

image:Database Imaginary
 

DATABASE IMAGINARY

2004, Banff Centre

Co-curated by Sarah Cook, Steve Dietz, and Anthony Kiendl Database Imaginary explores artwork and emerging cultural forms by artists who use databases to comment on their uses and to imagine unknown uses. The exhibition contains 23 projects by 33 visual artists from around the world including Hans Haacke, Antonio Muntadas, Edward Poitras, Lisa Jevbratt, and Thomson & Craighead, working in ...

image:Frame, Analysis of Movement
 

FRAME, ANALYSIS OF MOVEMENT

2004, Center of Photography at Woodstock

curated by Ariel Shanberg: This exhibition presents artists whose work contemplates the intersection of motion and content, and movement and intent, by examining the architecture of the motion picture. Implicit in their work is a contemplation of the still frame and the echo of Eadweard Muybridge’s ground breaking work of the 1870?s, which brought forth the ability to both reduce ...