03 February 2009

Feb-March



Hiya! Here's a roundup of stuff happening in the next few months...

I'm currently in LA to sit on the curatorial committee for the Beall Center for Art & Technology. I'm sticking around for CAA, so if you're reading and you're around, let me know!

On February 26th, the Akademie der Kunste, Berlin, opens Recycling_Sampling_Jamming, where curator Sabine Himmelsbach will present my work.

I'll show a new piece called Performed Listening (Boomerang) in The Real Thing, opening February 27 at MU, Eindhoven, the Netherlands. The show is curated by VVORK and revolves around the ideas about representation laid out in the great Henry James short story (1892) of the same name. It includes some of my favorite artists, like Cory Arcangel, John Baldessari, Pierre Bismuth, Claude Closky, Aleksandra Domanović, Claire Fontaine, Gelitin, Matthieu Laurette, Seth Price, Dexter Sinister, Lawrence Weiner, and others.

From March 1-7, I'll be in Buenos Aires, where I'm speaking at the NET.ART (SECOND EPOCH) conference at the Centro Cultural de España.

From March 14-15, I'll be in Boulder, CO, at the 2009 Brakhage Symposium, where Steve Seid has asked me to give a "semi-academic, semi-performative" lecture in connection with a screening he's organized around the subject of weirdness with some great artists: Brian Bress, Ryan Trecartin, Desiree Holman, Mike Kelley/Paul McCarthy, Shana Moulton, Half-Lifers, Ben Coonley, eteam, and others.

On March 17, I'll wear green to my talk at City College of NY.

On March 19, Michael Mandiberg and I will go down to Philadelphia's Moore College of Art to talk about our solo & collaborative work.

On March 21st I'm organizing a panel at the New Museum, as part of Rhizome's New Silent Series, that revolves around Experimental Geography, the ICI exhibition and Melville House book curated & edited by Nato Thompson. Mr Thompson, Lize Mogel, and Damon Rich will sit on the panel and discuss the creative use of landscape hacking, cartography, locative media, and radical urbanism as a means of engaging with the politics of contested spaces.

On March 30th 26th, I'll give a visiting artist talk at Yale University.

Moving into April, on the 2nd I'll give a talk in Provo, Utah, at the Sego Art Center, in connection with the exhibition Forms of Melancholy, curated by my Nasty Nets colleague C. Coy.

Finally, Brett Kashmere has included my work in a screening called "Saturn Returns" at the Images Festival in Toronto April 2-11. He says, "the program focuses on artists who grew up during the 80s, and whose work utilizes music in a central way." That's me! The screening's organized in connection with the launch of a new journal he's editing, called INCITE! Journal of Experimental Media & Radical Aesthetics.

That's it. Email me if you'd like more info on any of these events.

2 Comments:

Blogger Christine said...

You have a busy schedule ahead of you! I wish you the best of luck in all your panels, talks and symposiums!
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